Now we love a French pastry as much as the next foodie, but even the finest croissant can’t come close to a beautiful, pure vodka. Or can it? You see, the high grade Picardy region wheat that goes into the very best pain au chocolat is also the key ingredient for the legendary Grey Goose vodka.
The brainchild of cellar master François Thibault, Grey Goose has become renowned the world over for its smooth taste and subtle citrus aroma. It burst onto the luxury spirit scene way back in 1996 and, by 1998, it had already been given the illustrious title of ‘Best Tasting Vodka in the World’ by the Beverage Tasting Institute.
But what gives the French vodka that outstanding taste? Well, it’s partly down to that fancy wheat of course, but another huge factor the unique distillation process. Where other vodkas are distilled many times, Grey Goose is distilled only once using something called a continuous-column process. We won’t bore you with the details (not everyone is as geeky about this stuff as us!), but all you need to know is that it keeps the flavour of the wheat intact for a better tasting vodka.
Want to find out what all the fuss is about? Book a table at Revolution and experience Grey Goose for yourself today.