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Grey Goose L’Orange and Soda

Grey Goose L’Orange and Soda

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July 31, 2015

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Carlton Jared Lockett

Enjoy the taste of summer with Grey Goose L'Orange vodka. This...

Enjoy the taste of summer with Grey Goose L'Orange vodka. This cocktail is great for the effortless host, and easy-to-create for a crowd.

Ingredients

  • 1½ parts Grey Goose L’Orange
  • 3 parts Perrier
  • 2 lemon wedges
  • Leaves of basil

Directions

Combine. Top with fresh basil leaves and lemon wedges.

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There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


There is nothing wrong with getting drunk off of grey goose, just don’t get OE also. A fifth (about 30 buck) is enough to kill you, so one bottle is perfectly fine.

Grey Goose is more expensive than other brands of vodka for a multitude of reasons, some of them tangible, many of them not. According to Grey Goose, the wheat is grown in France and comes from prime sources. It stands to reason that the distiller pays more for its grain than cheaper products do.


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