Wednesday, September 3, 2008

Grey Goose

I'm not much of a drinker but I do love the Grey Goose Vodka bottles. This photo was taken months ago when I walked by a liquor on the Upper East Side. The owner did a great job displaying the beautiful bottles on the window display.

So what is your drink of choice?

22 comments:

Olivier said...

les bouteilles sont superbes, cela donne envie d'en faire collection.

bottles are great, it makes you want to do the collection.

USelaine said...

I drink wine, if anything these days. I think my ability to metabolize alcohol has lessened as I've grown older. But if I were to order a cocktail, it would probably just be a Cape Cod - vodka and cranberry juice with a squeeze of lemon, on the rocks. It's simple, and pretty in color, and not too sweet.

GMG said...

Keep the vodka, drop the bottles... and get me some champagne, please! ;)

Peter said...

Nice design! I guess the Abslout vodka started a new trend!

I still prefer a glass of wine!

Susu said...

What else could a Finnish gal like than Finlandia vodka - but always with some diet Coke, true ladies rarely gulp down straits;)

Abraham Lincoln said...

I remember something like this, ming, in Japan. I don't remember the brand but it has a blue whale etched in the bottles or somehow put there.

These are nicely photographed.

my Alien

Jun said...

sigh. i love the bottles too, but i can't have vodka-- i'm allergic to it *bawls*

Virginia said...

Wow, I must slip in the liquor store and have a look at these bottles. Great photo Ming! Moi? I am a white winer, but a friend shared some Rated X with me the other night. It sounds like moonshine but is French vodka with guava and blood orange I think. Served over crushed ice and sipped- divine. Oh, and it's bright pink!

Burd Zel Krai said...

i'm not much of a drinker either, but vodka is definitely my alcohol of choice. i won't even touch beer. red wine is a no-go and white wine maybe once in a blue moon with a meal. vodka mixed with anything though does the job. and yes, these bottles look amazing! looks like an art installation at MoMa more than something one would see walking by the UES. nice job :)

NYD said...

Whisk(e)y Scotch, Irish, Canadien American. You name it, I'll sip it.

Oh, and fyi. I love to travel by both car and train. Here in Japan the rail system is just awesome.

NYD said...

Oh, yeah. Hope you had a nice time in Bean town.

ken mac said...

drink vodka and float away? Interesting message..

Anonymous said...

Grey Goose Vodka Martini - up -very dry with blu cheese olives, please.

Neva said...

Ming, I did the same thing a few months ago....vodka bottles...not much of a drinker but the bottle were pretty! love yours today.

marley said...

Colourful bottles! I'll drink pretty much anything (apart from red wine), what does that say about me?!

Sharon said...

I like the way you framed this picture. I've admired to look of these bottles, but your picture really brings out the artistry of them. I rarely drink liquor such as vodka or bourbon, but I do enjoy a good wine or champagne every now and then.

Chris said...

Love the photo. We bought Grey Goose when we were in the Caribbean a few years ago. . . .I don't drink it, but my husband says it's good.

I prefer Riesling or Piesporter, Amaretto or Bailey's. . .

Gecko said...

They're really nice bottles! My father collects old bottles, he'd love these.

I like Bicardi & Coke.

Monika said...

Wow, those bottles are pretty! I'll have to look for them in Tokyo.

I'm not much of a drinker. Lately, it's a Margarita or a Guiness.

L.Shaw said...

Those are beautiful bottles. I mentioned the Grey Goose Bar at the US Open on today's blog post.

Todd HellsKitchen said...

I've never noticed those bottles before... Now, I'll be looking for them!

Keropok Man said...

these bottles look pretty.

errr, for my fav drink? ice milo.
(hey, don't laugh!)