The 2014 Sundance Film Festival officially bid adieu to Park City, Utah yesterday (January 26) after 10 days filled to the brim with film screenings and other festive events. Among those present during the annual film fete was Grey Goose who again hosted their Grey Goose Blue Door lounge.
Part celebratory space, part craft cocktail haven, the signature cocktails were of course plentiful at this year’s Grey Goose Blue Door lounge. Among the cocktails served at the lounge were the “Grey Goose Le Fizz,” a combination of Grey Goose Vodka, St. Germain, fresh lime juice, and soda water and the “Grey Goose Hot Apple Cider.” I can personally vouch for the “Grey Goose Le Fizz” (that is one tasty cocktail, folks), but I’m sure Grey Goose’s take on hot apple cider was a hit especially given the brisk temps typically present in Park City.
The Sundance Film Festival may have come to a close, but that doesn’t mean you can’t login into your Netflix account, fix yourself one of the Grey Goose cocktails below, and enjoy your own personal film fest.
Grey Goose Le Fizz (Pictured Above)
1 ¼ oz Grey Goose Vodka
2/3 oz St. Germain
½ oz Fresh Lime Juice
1 ½ oz Cold Soda Water
Shake over ice and strain into a flute glass, serve topped with soda.
Grey Goose Hot Apple Cider
1 ½ oz Grey Goose La Poire
½ oz B&B
¾ oz Homemade Cinnamon Syrup
¼ oz Fresh Lemon Juice
4 oz Hot Apple Cider Or Hot Unfiltered Apple Juice
Infuse lemon zests, vanilla branch, and cloves.
Combine all ingredients into a large hot pan and serve hot. Garnish with a lemon zest and clove. Serve in a glass tea cup.
Grey Goose L’Orange Mogul
1 ½ oz Grey Goose L’Orange
2 oz Orange Juice
1 oz Cranberry Juice
Build into a Collin’s glass. Garnish with an orange slice.