Grey Goose IIFA inspired cocktails

Inspired from this plethora of emotions and glamour, Wink at Vivanta by Taj – President launches an exclusive collection of Grey Goose IIFA inspired Cocktails served at the IIFA Awards in Singapore starting 5th July. Refresh and indulge your senses into the fruity yet strong flavors of a variety of Grey Goose cocktails inspired by savoring the delights of the countries across the globe.  Divulge into a romantic mood of Paris with Grey Goose Amour, some Indian spices of Grey Goose Spice, inspired from Tokyo is the Grey Goose Lavender Bliss and Grey Goose Fiesta Española from the beautiful locales of Madrid. Fear not if for some reason you cannot visit Wink at Taj this July, you can try some of these recipes at home.

GREY GOOSE SPICEGREY GOOSE AMOURGREY GOOSE LAVENDER BLISS

GREY GOOSE SPICE
INSPIRED BY THE CITY OF MUMBAI
Content:

  • 60 ml Grey Goose citron
  • 10 ml Simple Syrup made with Star anise
  • 1 wedge lemon squeeze and drop
  • 3 chunks of Ginger
  • 90 ml Apple juice
  • 1 Star Anise for Garnish

Method: Muddle Ginger add the other ingredients and ice. Shake well and fine strain into a chilled cocktail glass prepared with cardamom sugar rim.
Garnish: Star Anise Glass: Martini

GREY GOOSE AMOUR
INSPIRED BY THE CITY OF PARIS
Contents:

  • 60 ml Grey Goose la Poire
  • 30 ml Pink Grape Fruit Juice
  • 60 ml Cranberry juice
  • 2 bar spoons Raspberry Jam
  • 2 Fresh Raspberries for Garnish

Method: Add ingredients shake well with ice and fine strain into a martini glass. Serve Garnished.
Garnish: 2 Raspberries in Cocktail pick Glass: Martini

GREY GOOSE LAVENDER BLISS
INSPIRED BY THE CITY OF TOKYO
Contents:

  • 60 ml Grey Goose Vodka
  • 10 ml Monin Lavender syrup
  • 2 dash Angostura bitter
  • 2 bash orange bitters
  • 60 ml cranberry juice
  • 30 ml black grape juice

Method: Shake all the Ingredients with ice and strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Serve Garnished.
Garnish: Edible Flower Glass: Martini

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