Grey Goose Oscars Cocktail: Silent Martini inspired by ‘The Artist’

In anticipation of this year’s Oscars, I will be uploading a Grey Goose cocktail recipe every day until Sunday.

Each cocktail is inspired by one of the films in the Best Picture category and today’s recipe gives a nod to The Artist: a film I truly adored.

So as you prepare for your Oscars party, why don’t you throw in a few tasting sessions too!



Grey Goose Silent Martini inspired by ‘The Artist’

A dry, fruity number inspired by a classic French cocktail from the era of silent cinema. The Artist’s Special Cocktail was first created in the 1920s at the Artists’ Club on Rue Pigalle, Paris.

2 parts GREY GOOSE vodka

1 part Fino sherry

1/2 part Freshly squeezed lemon juice

1/2 part Redcurrent syrup

2 dashes Cherry bitters

Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake and strain into a chilled coupette.


*Thank you to the guys at Grey Goose. Movies and martinis are two of my favourite joys in the world!*

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