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Grey Goose Plus Other Selected Spirits Instore - prices from £22.00 @ Morrisons

£22.00 @ Morrisons
Morrisons have another promotion on Spirits starting from the 8th December until the 11th December. Grey Goose (All Flavours) 70cl - £22 down from £38. Tanqueray Gin 1L - £16 down from £26. Jack…
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Morrisons have another promotion on Spirits starting from the 8th December until the 11th December.

Grey Goose (All Flavours) 70cl - £22 down from £38.
Tanqueray Gin 1L - £16 down from £26.
Jack Daniels 1L - £18 down from £30.
The Glenlivet F/Reserve 70cl - £18 down from £32.

Nationwide subject to availability, max 2 per customer.

Edit - Instore only.
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jimmybo
Halloway
Grey Goose is grossly overpriced anyway. £22 is about 150% of the price it should be.
We'll let you know - regarding your expert review!
Quote from Wikipedia:"The wheat used in the creation of Grey Goose vodka is grown in Picardy, France. Distilled in the same region, north and east of Paris, the distillate is then sent to Cognac, France, where it is blended with spring water and bottled. The wheat used in Grey Goose is soft winter wheat, sown in October and harvested in August, which provides it with four additional months of growth in comparison to summer wheat. The wheat sold to Grey Goose is categorized as "superior bread-making wheat", and wheat that is soft.
Enzymes are used to break down the carbohydrates into fermentable sugars. The fermentation takes place continuously over six cascading tanks, producing a 20-proof beer. The bread-wine is then distilled into spirit using a five-step process. The water used in the vodka comes from a natural spring 150 metres (500 feet) below the blending facility in Cognac, which is lined with limestone, providing calcium-rich spring water. The vodka is also filtered through a copper filtration system in order to impart additional flavours. That water is then filtered to remove impurities. After the filtration the vodka is bottled in a plant dedicated solely to bottling Grey Goose. Grey Goose vodka is bottled with a replaceable cork rather than a screw-top cap"

Google 'blind vodka taste test', grey goose come out on top in any....no
You're fooling yourselves, falling for the marketing.

Professional taste tester Isark said: “Vodka is an almost flavourless white spirit that can be made from almost any agricultural product that has fermentable sugars.

“Grey Goose is just a French produced grain vodka in a fancy bottle that’s sold at a super-premium price £38, and just like French perfumes, we Brits have bought into Grey Goose’s clever marketing big time.

“Most drinkers would struggle to tell the difference drunk neat never mind with an added mixer.”

Some brands also make claims to be filtered multiple times or come from water sourced from glaciers. But none of this makes a difference, Isark added.
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Grey Goose is grossly overpriced anyway. £22 is about 150% of the price it should be.
6 Likes
Paid 26.49 on amazon and thought that was a good price. This is excellent deal
6 Likes
wish it were belvedere and not grey goose :(

personally I find grey goose is all marketing and no substance. It makes a smooth drink but doesn't have any personality. In comparison, a belvedere vodka martini has a slightly oily mouthfeel and nutty flavour to it.

Of course I'm no vodka connoisseur, just a slightly obsessive collector of spirits - I'm sure there are much better lesser known brands in Russia and Poland.

p.s. it is an amazing price and I will probably buy some anyway

Edited By: bringbring on Dec 07, 2016 16:45

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1 Like #1
Heat added, thanks.... Did you notice if they have the pear grey goose?.. cant see it online .x

Edited By: gill71 on Dec 07, 2016 15:31
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1 Like #3
gill71
Heat added, thanks.... Did you notice if they have the pear grey goose?.. cant see it online .x

All varieties so hopefully. Instore only though I believe.
#4
richjE
gill71
Heat added, thanks.... Did you notice if they have the pear grey goose?.. cant see it online .x
All varieties so hopefully. Instore only though I believe.



thank u :-)
6 Likes #5
Paid 26.49 on amazon and thought that was a good price. This is excellent deal
#6
This will go red hot ....just wait til the vodka drinkers spot this one ..cheers!
#7
Heat added for the vodka alone! JD at £18 is a steal too!
#8
£22 for goose, never seen so cheap :D
#9
Love a bit of vodka!
1 Like #10
ChrisWales48
Paid 26.49 on amazon and thought that was a good price. This is excellent deal
same here!
#11
Great price, shame there's no Morrisons near me
#12
fantastic price! cheers OP
1 Like #13
How do you know this? Can't find anything promoting
1 Like #14
Thanks op
Baileys - Corona and now this! ;)

It's a GREY Goose chase tomorrow - before the WILD crowd (oos) try and get in! :{
#15
Can't beat a good goose at Christmas :p hot
#16
To the shop then! :)
3 Likes #17
kane7990
How do you know this? Can't find anything promoting

I don't think that questioning a mole would be of benefit to the HUKD community - or to the mole! G Smiley;)
#18
Ridiculous price for GG, the Amazon BF price was good but Morrisons are bound to be making a loss on this.
Shame there's no Morrison's in NI... :(
6 Likes #19
wish it were belvedere and not grey goose :(

personally I find grey goose is all marketing and no substance. It makes a smooth drink but doesn't have any personality. In comparison, a belvedere vodka martini has a slightly oily mouthfeel and nutty flavour to it.

Of course I'm no vodka connoisseur, just a slightly obsessive collector of spirits - I'm sure there are much better lesser known brands in Russia and Poland.

p.s. it is an amazing price and I will probably buy some anyway

Edited By: bringbring on Dec 07, 2016 16:45
#20
Thanks OP...perfect timing...was going to pick up Tanqueray from ASDA today
1 Like #21
Not sure I need to be buying anymore booze but.....I'm going to :-)
cheers op
1 Like #22
It's reassuring to see that EU products (e.g. GG France) are still reducing in price even after Brexit ;)

I'll drink to that!
#23
Not sure I need to be buying anymore booze but.....I'm going to :-)
cheers op
3 Likes #24
jimmybo
It's reassuring to see that EU products (e.g. GG France) are still reducing in price even after Brexit ;)
I'll drink to that!

Brexit gave me AIDS and lowered the value of my house...
#25
Heat added!
1 Like #26
Most stores open 7am!
#27
PLANKT0N0
This will go red hot ....just wait til the vodka drinkers spot this one ..cheers!

madman_boris
Most stores open 7am!

The perfect Swarm!
#28
PLANKT0N0
This will go red hot ....just wait til the vodka drinkers spot this one ..cheers!
<3:p:p
8 Likes #29
Grey Goose is grossly overpriced anyway. £22 is about 150% of the price it should be.
#30
Halloway
Grey Goose is grossly overpriced anyway. £22 is about 150% of the price it should be.

We'll let you know - regarding your expert review!

Quote from Wikipedia:
"The wheat used in the creation of Grey Goose vodka is grown in Picardy, France. Distilled in the same region, north and east of Paris, the distillate is then sent to Cognac, France, where it is blended with spring water and bottled. The wheat used in Grey Goose is soft winter wheat, sown in October and harvested in August, which provides it with four additional months of growth in comparison to summer wheat. The wheat sold to Grey Goose is categorized as "superior bread-making wheat", and wheat that is soft.
Enzymes are used to break down the carbohydrates into fermentable sugars. The fermentation takes place continuously over six cascading tanks, producing a 20-proof beer. The bread-wine is then distilled into spirit using a five-step process. The water used in the vodka comes from a natural spring 150 metres (500 feet) below the blending facility in Cognac, which is lined with limestone, providing calcium-rich spring water. The vodka is also filtered through a copper filtration system in order to impart additional flavours. That water is then filtered to remove impurities. After the filtration the vodka is bottled in a plant dedicated solely to bottling Grey Goose. Grey Goose vodka is bottled with a replaceable cork rather than a screw-top cap"
1 Like #31
I like both goose and the dere, for £22 you can't go wrong at all especially if you get a bottle as a present as person receiving will think you spent a lot more. Grey Goose is not usually on offer.
4 Likes #32
dont ruin it by adding lemonade or coke, stick it in the freezer then drink with a slice of lime, belvedere is better imo
23 Likes #33
jimmybo
Halloway
Grey Goose is grossly overpriced anyway. £22 is about 150% of the price it should be.
We'll let you know - regarding your expert review!
Quote from Wikipedia:"The wheat used in the creation of Grey Goose vodka is grown in Picardy, France. Distilled in the same region, north and east of Paris, the distillate is then sent to Cognac, France, where it is blended with spring water and bottled. The wheat used in Grey Goose is soft winter wheat, sown in October and harvested in August, which provides it with four additional months of growth in comparison to summer wheat. The wheat sold to Grey Goose is categorized as "superior bread-making wheat", and wheat that is soft.
Enzymes are used to break down the carbohydrates into fermentable sugars. The fermentation takes place continuously over six cascading tanks, producing a 20-proof beer. The bread-wine is then distilled into spirit using a five-step process. The water used in the vodka comes from a natural spring 150 metres (500 feet) below the blending facility in Cognac, which is lined with limestone, providing calcium-rich spring water. The vodka is also filtered through a copper filtration system in order to impart additional flavours. That water is then filtered to remove impurities. After the filtration the vodka is bottled in a plant dedicated solely to bottling Grey Goose. Grey Goose vodka is bottled with a replaceable cork rather than a screw-top cap"

Google 'blind vodka taste test', grey goose come out on top in any....no
You're fooling yourselves, falling for the marketing.

Professional taste tester Isark said: “Vodka is an almost flavourless white spirit that can be made from almost any agricultural product that has fermentable sugars.

“Grey Goose is just a French produced grain vodka in a fancy bottle that’s sold at a super-premium price £38, and just like French perfumes, we Brits have bought into Grey Goose’s clever marketing big time.

“Most drinkers would struggle to tell the difference drunk neat never mind with an added mixer.”

Some brands also make claims to be filtered multiple times or come from water sourced from glaciers. But none of this makes a difference, Isark added.
#34
Wow, pleb-friendly 22quid for chav-tastic Grey Goose... Need to come a bit lower still for the price to match the quality though.
#35
jackojack
jimmybo
Halloway
Grey Goose is grossly overpriced anyway. £22 is about 150% of the price it should be.
We'll let you know - regarding your expert review!
Quote from Wikipedia:"The wheat used in the creation of Grey Goose vodka is grown in Picardy, France. Distilled in the same region, north and east of Paris, the distillate is then sent to Cognac, France, where it is blended with spring water and bottled. The wheat used in Grey Goose is soft winter wheat, sown in October and harvested in August, which provides it with four additional months of growth in comparison to summer wheat. The wheat sold to Grey Goose is categorized as "superior bread-making wheat", and wheat that is soft.
Enzymes are used to break down the carbohydrates into fermentable sugars. The fermentation takes place continuously over six cascading tanks, producing a 20-proof beer. The bread-wine is then distilled into spirit using a five-step process. The water used in the vodka comes from a natural spring 150 metres (500 feet) below the blending facility in Cognac, which is lined with limestone, providing calcium-rich spring water. The vodka is also filtered through a copper filtration system in order to impart additional flavours. That water is then filtered to remove impurities. After the filtration the vodka is bottled in a plant dedicated solely to bottling Grey Goose. Grey Goose vodka is bottled with a replaceable cork rather than a screw-top cap"
Google 'blind vodka taste test', grey goose come out on top in any....no
You're fooling yourselves, falling for the marketing.
Professional taste tester Isark said: “Vodka is an almost flavourless white spirit that can be made from almost any agricultural product that has fermentable sugars.
“Grey Goose is just a French produced grain vodka in a fancy bottle that’s sold at a super-premium price £38, and just like French perfumes, we Brits have bought into Grey Goose’s clever marketing big time.
“Most drinkers would struggle to tell the difference drunk neat never mind with an added mixer.”
Some brands also make claims to be filtered multiple times or come from water sourced from glaciers. But none of this makes a difference, Isark added.
Agree .. Style over substance .. But people love a bit of marketing . Morrisons had a litre of New Amsterdam stuff for £16 , owned by Gallo and made with American wheat etc etc . But as you say in most blind taste tests the results are all over the place , cos unless vodka tastes proper manky(Smirnoff ) it's much of a muchness.
1 Like #36
634miyamoto
Wow, pleb-friendly 22quid for chav-tastic Grey Goose... Need to come a bit lower still for the price to match the quality though.
It's proper chav juice in the local Wetherspoons , £4.20 a double . Don't think the marketing guys imagined the Nike airmax, trackie bottom wearing charvers knocking them back though.
1 Like #37
Thank you, my favourite vodka
4 Likes #38
Good price but at the moment the Asda £13 own brand french vodka is easily as good.
#39
yeah they have pear,orange and lemon!
#40
yeah they have pear,orange and lemon!

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