Grey Goose Slush

H20DogsNDisney

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I have been reading and hearing about this Grey Goose Slush, I know its in France but where in france, is thier a stand that sells them or in a shop?
Thanks in Advanced.
 

catne

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there's a stand -- it's on the edge of the lake -- across the pavement from Les Chefs restaurant. You will usually see a whole bunch of people in the vicinity with the slushies in martini glasses:woohoo:
 
  • Telcogirl

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    Here I go again, posting on yet another drink thread! :lmao::lmao:

    These are delicious. You will see the stand near the lake as you enter France. I think you will enjoy these.
     
  • diavolobella

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    I love the Grand Marnier slushes (I'm allergic to vodka, so no Grey Goose for me), but the girls at the stand were sort of haughty and rude. I spoke clearly and asked nicely for the Grand Marnier slushy. But they gave me a Grey Goose one instead, so I explained I'd ordered the Grand Marnier. They did give me the right one, but they weren't very pleasant about it, as if I should just shut up and drink it (which I might have, if it would not have made me break out in hives).
     

    ReTiti

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    Oooh, wish I had known about this when we were there earlier this month! It was pretty warm when we were in France -- this would have hit the spot! ;)
     
  • Joshua_me

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    Does anyone know how much they cost ?

    There can't be all that much vodka in them. I mean, vodka doesn't freeze, right ?
     

    brendaziz

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    Does anyone know how much they cost ?

    There can't be all that much vodka in them. I mean, vodka doesn't freeze, right ?
    haha, exactly what I was thinking- i'm like "i swear i used to store vodka in my freezer and nothing would happen to it" :-)
    I assume it's mixed w/ ice and what not-

    but i'm also curious if there's sugar or just pretty straight
     

    Telcogirl

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    I think they are close to $9.00 each. :scared1:

    I am not sure exactly how much grey goose is in each one, but you can tell there was vodka in it when you are done. :goodvibes
     

    allshookup

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    It's pretty darn sweet, in fact you hardly taste the vodka so I'd say yes...lots of sugar! ;)
     

    csbm

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    I really need to see a picture of a Grey Goose Slush.
    Please!!!!

    How long would it take me to walk from the BC to get and bring it back to SAB????


    CSBM

    :rotfl:
     

    Telcogirl

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    How long would it take me to walk from the BC to get and bring it back to SAB????


    CSBM

    :rotfl:

    Do you mean to ask how long would it take to walk from BC, get the slushie and then walk back to SAB with an empty glass? :lmao:
     

    NU2WDW

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    MMMM.... maybe I'll skip the creme brulee at our Chefs de France lunch next month and walk across the way for one of these! :rotfl:
     

    allshookup

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    Do you mean to ask how long would it take to walk from BC, get the slushie and then walk back to SAB with an empty glass? :lmao:
    Seriously they are in a small plastic martini glass & they are good, but for $9.00, they don't last very long. ;)

    The following is not my image, but I googled it & it was the first image that appeared so thanks to the originator!

     


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