We are just days away from the Fourth of July and this year couldn't be more exciting with the USA still thriving in the World Cup, plus Grey Goose is offering up some pretty tasty cocktails. Grey Goose has always tried to implement diversity in their delicious vodka and their latest effort in continuing that is Grey Goose Le Melon.
If you're looking to mix up your Grey Goose Le Melon, though, we have four delicious recipes for you to choose from. The drinks we will tell you about are Grey Goose Le Melon Mule, Royal, on the Rocks and All the King's Horses. Each of these provide a different flavor and manner to enjoy Le Melon, so let's get started.
You've heard of a Moscow Mule, right? Well this is the Grey Goose Le Melon Mule and to concoct one of these beverages, you will need to have yourself some Grey Goose Le Melon, Ginger Beer, Lime Wedges and a copper mug or two.
First, you will need to add in one and a half parts Le Melon into a shaker filled with ice, followed by the juice squeezed out of three limes wedges. So you know, lime wedges are what makes this drink really explode with taste, so do not miss this ingredient.
Once you've got those ingredients into the shaker, shake everything up well and then strain the liquid into your copper mug that has been filled with crushed ice. Lastly, finish the drink off with a topping of three parts Ginger Beer and one more lime wedge that is floating on top.
Next, we take a look at the Grey Goose Le Melon Royal. This is a cocktail with some slightly different ingredients than the Mule. To create this refreshment, you will need to have Le Melon and lemon-lime soda.
No shaker is needed for the Royal. You just take a rocks glass and fill it up with ice. Add in one and a half parts Grey Goose Le Melon and then top it off with three parts lemon-lime soda. If you'd like, you can also add a melon slice to garnish the drink.
Third is a very simple and straightforward Grey Goose Le Melon on the rocks. You'll need to get that shaker back and fill it up with ice, pure in the desired amount of Le Melon, in this case one and a half parts. Shake everything up well, strain into a rocks glass with ice and if you'd like, garnish with a melon as well.
Finally, the last cocktail we will take a look at today is the Grey Goose All the King's Horses. To make it, you'll need to have on hand Le Melon, fresh squeezed grapefruit juice, St. Germain, fresh lemon juice and a Jalapeño. First, muddle one slice of jalapeño in a shaker, add in the rest of the ingredients and then shake it all up with authority. Then, strain the contents into a Collins glass that has already been filled with fresh ice. Finally, top with a little club soda if you wish.
Those are the four outstanding Grey Goose beverages we have to share with you today. These cocktails will no doubt be a great treat to enjoy while you do just about anything this Fourth of July. Grey Goose Le Melon is available now.