Grey Goose Vodka
Grey Goose Vodka is produced in the Cognac region of Western France. It’s made of French wheat and uses a five-step distillation process. Grey Goose continues to be one of the fastest growing vodka brands in the world, increasing its sales by over 24% from 2003 through 2007. Grey Goose scored 96 out of 100 and was named the best-tasting vodka in the world by the Beverage Testing Institute in 1998. Bacardi USA purchased the brand in 2004 for 2.2 billion dollars.
Grey Goose Vodka Review
It seems like one way or the other, everyone has a strong opinion about Grey Goose Vodka. People either love it or they hate it. Ironically, we found that Grey Goose is somewhere in the middle. There just aren’t any qualities that stand out as exceptional with Grey Goose. If you like a stronger, harder alcohol taste then Absolut or Stoli would be a better choice. If you like a smoother lighter tasting vodka then there are numerous better choices.
Grey Goose earned a very mediocre score of 7.5 for taste and burn. It scored slightly lower in the finish category because of a noticeable aftertaste.
Because Grey Goose doesn’t have distinct qualities that set it apart from other vodkas it doesn’t earn its “best-tasting vodka” classification or its place at the top of the vodka world.