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GREY GOOSE Honey Deuce is our cocktail of the week


It’s sunny, it’s warm and the biggest tennis tournament in America is being played, the US Open. Did you know that there’s an official cocktail? It’s called the GREY GOOSE Honey Deuce, and it’s a refreshing version of raspberry lemonade, but a little stronger with Grey Goose vodka, as you might have guessed. The honeydew melon balls garnish perfectly replicates the iconic yellow-green tennis balls and makes you feel like you’re in the stands at Arthur Ashe Stadium while you’re at home sipping your cocktail.

GREY GOOSE Honey Deuce : The recipe


The Grey Goose Honey Deuce cocktail
Photo: Grey Goose

Here’s a cocktail that’s easy to make over ice with just four ingredients. It will be refreshing, whether you’re alone, with friends at brunch, watching the US Open, or even on the rocks. For the recipe you’ll need freshly squeezed lemonade, Chambord, honeydew melon and, of course, Grey Goose vodka.

Ingredients for 1 or 9 people (for the latter, the ingredients are in brackets)

  • 40 (400) ml of GREY GOOSE Vodka
  • 90 (800) ml of freshly squeezed lemonade
  • 10 (200) ml of Chambord
  • 3 (as required) frozen honeydew melon balls (or not)

Method (For 1 person)

  1. Fill a chilled highball glass with ice cubes and add GREY GOOSE vodka.
  2. Top up with freshly squeezed lemonade and raspberry liqueur.
  3. Decorate with one or more frozen melon balls on a spike.
  4. Enjoy

Method (For 9 persons)

  1. Add the lemonade, GREY GOOSE® Vodka and Chambord to a large pitcher filled with ice and stir well.
  2. Pour into highball glasses filled with ice and garnish with melon balls.
  3. Decorate with one or more frozen melon balls on a spike.
  4. Enjoy

Method for the iced version

  1. In a blender, combine the ingredients with the ice and blend until you obtain a smooth, slush-like mixture.
  2. Decorate with one or more scoops of fresh melon on a spike.
  3. Enjoy

The perfect cocktail for watching the US Open in the sweltering heat.

Recipe and photos: Grey Goose (to find out more about the company, read this article)

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