Honey Deuce

Honey Deuce created by alligirl

The signature drink of the US Open is the Honey Deuce - a light, refreshing vodka cocktail with skewered honeydew garnish made to look like a tennis ball. Grey Goose is usually one of the sponsors of the Open, and this is a must-have when you visit Arthur Ashe Stadium. They serve it in a souvenir glass, too!

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ingredients

  • 1 12 ounces grey goose vodka
  • 2 ounces lemonade
  • 12 ounce premium raspberry-flavored liqueur
  • frozen honeydew melon ball

directions

  • Fill a highball or double old-fashioned glass with crushed ice. Add Grey
  • Goose vodka and fill the rest of the cup with lemonade to a half-inch below the
  • rim. Drizzle premium raspberry-flavored liqueur over the top. Garnish with
  • frozen honeydew.
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"The signature drink of the US Open is the Honey Deuce - a light, refreshing vodka cocktail with skewered honeydew garnish made to look like a tennis ball. Grey Goose is usually one of the sponsors of the Open, and this is a must-have when you visit Arthur Ashe Stadium. They serve it in a souvenir glass, too!"

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  2. alligirl
    Nice and understated; really enjoyed this one! I did use Belvedere vodka in place of the Grey Goose; it is comparable in quality. I also used pink lemonade, as that is what I had on hand. The hint of raspberry liqueur gives a nice undertone. I used Chambord as the raspberry flavor. Delish! Thanks for sharing, JackiOhNo!
  3. JackieOhNo!
    The signature drink of the US Open is the Honey Deuce - a light, refreshing vodka cocktail with skewered honeydew garnish made to look like a tennis ball. Grey Goose is usually one of the sponsors of the Open, and this is a must-have when you visit Arthur Ashe Stadium. They serve it in a souvenir glass, too!
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