Cocktails fit for the red carpet


A Dream Has a Price, Tony Pescatori.

Grey Goose vodka has partnered with some of the UK’s best bartenders to create an exclusive cocktail collection fit for the red carpet.

The cocktails celebrate this year’s film awards season and take their inspiration from the five dominant themes present across the season’s most acclaimed films: Life’s Journey, Entrepreneurial Spirit, Search For Justice, Against All Odds and A Questions of Heroism.

These cocktails will be available throughout February at Fifth Floor Bar at Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge, in partnership with Grey Goose, as well as at the venues where the bartenders work. These latest creations will sit alongside the brand’s popular key serve Grey Goose Le Fizz, plus the Grey Goose VX Martini Exceptionnelle featuring Grey Gosse VX; a blend of Grey Goose vodka finished with a hint of cognac.

Myles Donneky, Grey Goose UK brand ambassador, said: “The Grey Goose Film Awards Season Cocktail Collection celebrates the finest in film so we were delighted to work with some of the finest in the trade to create this year’s collection. Their expertise and creativity is evident in the cocktails they’ve created and we’re confident the serves will appeal to consumers as the awards season continues, as not only do they look and sound great, they are absolutely delicious.”

The Grey Goose Film Awards Season Cocktail Collection will be served to the film industry’s finest visionaries at the awards season’s most star-studded celebrations. The drinks that have been chosen to be included in the Grey Goose Film Awards Season cocktail collection are:

• Grey Goose Blindfold by Xavier Landais, Bar Director at Sexy Fish

• Grey Goose Mezzo Mezzo #2 by Tom Kerr, Global Bars Manager at Cafe Monico, Soho House & Co

• Grey Goose City of Stars by Erik Lorincz, Head Bartender at American Bar, Savoy Hotel

• Grey Goose Bear Necessities by Andy Shannon, Head Bartender at London Edition Hotel

• Grey Goose A Dream Has A Price by Tony Pescatori, Head Bartender at Nightjar

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