Bring a taste of the US Open to your home court with the Honey Deuce Cocktail Kit.
For many US Open fans, this year’s tournament can only be enjoyed from afar, but the Honey Deuce Cocktail Kit brings a sip of the iconic cocktail to your home court. If you are ready to cheer every game, set and match, it is time to order one of these Grey Goose kits to shake up your own victory toast.
Usually the fourth part of the Grand Slam, the US Open celebrates the best of tennis and ends the annual hard court season. This year, the US Open looks and feels different. Even though there are plenty of rallies, winners and aces on the court, many tennis fans and New Yorkers will miss that in person experience.
One part of the annual tennis event is the iconic Honey Deuce Cocktail. The signature Grey Goose cocktail, in the commemorative US Open cup, is a mainstay at Arthur Ashe Stadium. Now, that signature cocktail is coming to your home.
Grey Goose has created the Honey Deuce Cocktail Kit. It has everything needed to shake up that iconic tennis themed cocktail at home. From the freshly squeezed lemonade to the pre-scooped honeydew melon balls, you can have a sip of that iconic cocktail.
And, just to make the experience a little more authentic, the kit comes with 2020 commemorative US Open Cups. Even if you aren’t a big drinker, tennis fans might want to order a kit just for those cups.
Thinking about this signature cocktail, the combination of flavors makes it a true champion. The blend of lemonade and Chambord raspberry liqueur is the right balance of tart and sweet. The cocktail is refreshing on a warm summer night. While you might not want to play a set after having one, it is a great beverage to sip while watching all the action.
The Honey Deuce Cocktail Kit is available for purchase through Sourced. It is available in New York City, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Dallas, Austin and Washington, DC. The kit will be available for purchase and delivery through the US Open.
If you aren’t in one of those delivery areas, don’t fret. You can try to make a version of the iconic US Open cocktail at home. You won’t have the cups and the exact recipe, but you can improvise.
Grab a bottle of Grey Goose, some freshly squeezed lemonade, and Chambord and start shaking. Even if you don’t add those melon balls, don’t worry. You can still serve up a tasty cocktail.
Have you ever had a Honey Deuce cocktail at the US Open? Is it better than the Pimms served at Wimbledon?