Grey Goose Le Fizz – A Holiday Cocktail

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Grey Goose holiday cocktail recipe
The holidays are about relaxing with family and friends, good food, and even better cocktails. If you want to make a fantastic drink, you need to start with a top shelf alcohol like Grey Goose. The Grey Goose Le Fizz is a cocktail worthy of being served at a five star restaurant. It was love at first sip when I tasted this delicious cocktail. It features notes of citrus, elderflower from the St.-Germain, and mint.

The Grey Goose Le Fizz recipe was provided by Grey Goose, but I put my own twist on it by in adding lemon bitters and the mint. You can find more great Grey Goose cocktails online. I love elderflower so the Le Fizz is going to be my cocktail of the season.

Grey Goose Vodka

Give and receive the gift of Grey Goose this year. It’s available with a new festive packaging for the holidays, no wrapping required. Grey Goose is made with high-quality ingredients and is worth paying more for. Don’t show up empty handed at a holiday party, bring the gift you can share and enjoy.

Grey Goose Vodka and St. Germain

Grey Goose Le Fizz
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A delicious high quality cocktail you can make at home with notes of elderflower, citrus, and mint.
Serves: 1 cocktail
  • 1 ½ Parts Grey Goose Vodka
  • 1 part St-Germain Elderflower Liqueur
  • ¼ of a lime
  • 2 parts chilled soda water
  • A few dashes of lemon bitters
  • Sprig of mint
  1. Add Grey Goose Vodka, St-Germain, lime juice, and lemon bitters into a cocktail shaker. Then top with cubed ice and shake vigorously.
  2. Fine strain into a chilled flute and charge with soda water.
  3. Finally, garnish with a sprig of mint


Grey Goose Le Fizz cocktail

Adam and I just booked a place in Joshua Tree for our holiday trip, we will definitely be bringing Grey Goose along for our celebrations. I cannot wait to get out of Los Angeles for a few days to hike and slow down. It seems like we will be running around nonstop until we leave.

A little fresh mint goes a long way. I’m lucky to have my own mint growing outside in pots right now, it’s thriving in the cool California weather.

Grey Goose Le Fizz holiday cocktail

Cheers to a holiday with family, food, and delicious cocktails.

Grey Goose at the grocery store

You can find Grey Goose at your local grocery store with the alcohol, here is a complete product locator.

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