Grey Goose Unveils 2020 US Open Tennis Limited Edition Bottle And Recipe Behind The Grand Slam’s Signature Cocktail, The Honey Deuce

Grey Goose 2020 US Open

Grey Goose has unveiled a limited edition bottle for the 2020 US Open Tennis tournament. The French Vodka brand also released a DIY cocktail kit with all the ingredients needed to recreate the grand slam’s famed cocktail, the Honey Deuce.

The 2020 US Open Tennis Limited Edition Grey Goose Bottle features an energetic, colorful design that will bring fans excitement even if they’re forced to watch this year’s event from the comfort of their homes. There have been no alterations to the Vodka, so consumers can expect the taste they’ve come to love.

As for the Honey Deuce cocktail kit, it comes in three different sizes (8, 12, and 16 servings), all featuring Grey Goose Vodka, Chambord Black Raspberry Liqueur, Lemonade, and garnished with honeydew melon balls. Collectable commemorative cups are also included in the package, so sippers can feel like they’re actually at the event. Cocktail packs can be purchased throughout the United States from Sourced Cocktail for $51.22 (8), $74.22 (12), and $97.22 (16).

The Honey Deuce is the official drink of the US Open and a tennis-inspired take on a raspberry lemonade. The honey dew melon ball garnish is meant to replicate a tennis ball as an ode to the matches at hand. Check out the recipe for the cocktail below:

Honey Deuce

  • 1.5 parts GREY GOOSE® Vodka
  • 3 parts Fresh Lemonade
  • 0.5 part Premium Raspberry Liqueur 
  • 3 honeydew melon balls for garnish

Fill a chilled Collins Glass with crushed ice and add GREY GOOSE® Vodka. Top with fresh lemonade and raspberry liqueur. Garnish with skewer of 1 or multiple frozen honeydew melon balls.

Grey Goose has been a promotional partner for the US Open for 14 consecutive years, and continues to be the iconic tennis tournament’s go-to Vodka brand, even as fans are forced to watch this year’s event from home.

The US Open begins August 31 and goes through September 13.

Photo via USOpen.org.