Grey Goose Vodka Reviews
Product Type: Grey Goose Vodka
Description:Brand: Grey Goose / Type: Vodka / Grey Goose Vodka / 40%.
Newest Review: ... to care that it costs 3x what gray goose sell's for. A little history on gray goose I copied from wiki: "Grey Goose ... more
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by - written on 07/02/13, updated on 07/02/13 (Very useful, 67 readings)
Usually, the sight of my bank balance is enough to override any impulsive desires my taste-buds might have. But on one occasion I did 'splash out' (being careful not to physically splash anything out) and buy a bottle of Grey Goose Vodka from my local Tesco's store. For a 70 cl bottle, I paid £37.00 - which is more than double what I'd usually pay (for a moderate-quality brand like Glen's or Imperial), but I have to say that overall it was worth it! The Background: Apparently, Grey Goose was developed with the American middle/upper class market in mind. Sidney Frank, founder, took his idea for a premium vodka for the U.S. to France (where techniques had ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/12 (Very useful, 54 readings)
When I am out with the girls, Vodka is usually my drink of choice. I'm not fussy with it as in my opinion it all tastes bad so when asked in a bar what type of vodka I want with my mixer, my response is usually "the cheapest one". The same goes for when I would buy it a supermarket, choosing 'vidka' which is our nickname for cheap and nasty vodkas. Last year at my best friend's wedding, one of the other guest had brought a bottle of Grey Goose. He made me a drink and I remember think he'd been a little bit tight with the vodka as all I could taste was the lemonade. I watched him make me the second one and was a little bit shocked at the amount of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 25/11/10 (Very useful, 140 readings)
Grey Goose Vodka Before I met my husband I thought vodka was just vodka, preferably served up cold with some cranberry juice or as part of some cocktail, but it wasn't anything that I gave a considerable thought to. I used to just buy the middle of the shelf brand (and I still mostly do), something not that expensive but not quite the paint stripper of the lower shelves. It was never something that I gave much thought to. However, my husband is a bit of a vodka snob and although he doesn't drink the good stuff that we keep at the back of the drinks cupboard that often, it is always brought out at special occasions and parties. Of his favourite vodka's, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/06/11 (Very useful, 60 readings)
I generally am a firm believer that you get what you pay for and therefore it is generally worth paying that little bit extra for better quality. However, there are a few exceptions to this and, I believe, one of these exceptions is when buying vodka. Most of us that drink Vodka are used to the typical Smirnoff Vodka which has become synonomous with vodka as a whole - but there are other brands on the market, some cheaper and some more expensive - and I have to say that having sampled many of them, the difference is so small that I say go for the cheapest option available! Does that make me sound like a heathen??? Grey Goose is considerably more expensive than ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/02/13 (Very useful, 34 readings)
When you think vodka, you think russia. But really most 'premium' vodka's aren't from Russia! Stoli is technically latvian, absolut is swedish, belvedere is polish, and grey goose, arguably one of the most recognisable premium vodka's on the planet is actually french! It is so popular because of some very clever marketing campaigns linking it with luxury lifestyles, whoever does their marketing and PR needs some serious appluase as gray goose has taken over the world despite only being 15 years old (introduced in 1997), compared to smirnoff which was introduced around 1860! Gray Goose's tagline is 'the best tasting vodka in the world', a hyperbolic ... Read the complete review
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