"Ok, a screwdriver is simple enough, but oh wow, if you use the right ingredients... I use Grey Goose Vodka and premium pulp-free orange juice and it really makes a difference." — Jane
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1 (1.5 fluid ounce) jigger
good quality vodka
6 fluid ounces
pulp-free pure premium orange juice
I know everyone knows how to make a screwdriver but, grey goose and high end OJ makes a difference....I never make them any other way
Ty for the recipe but I'm living in Turkey and I don't think that I can find Gray Goose in markets:( Do you have any alternatives for Gray Goose?
I love screwdrivers, and the grey goose is excellent vodka! A little pricy, but well worth it! I had a party recently and ran out of OJ, so we used up some Sunny Delight I had left, and that is fantastic! That is how i make them now!
My wonderful boyfriend spoiled me by bringing me home a bottle of Grey Goose (At almost $50 a pop. Wow!!!) I can't drink the "cheap stuff" anymore *LoL* Anyway, LOVE screwdrivers. Only diff, I like Orange Juice with lots of pulp, so I used that instead.
Try adding 7up, sprite or similar pops to give it a twist & some fizz. Plus it will douse the heart burn later
I agree that freshly-squeezed orange juice is the best, especially if you get interesting oranges, such as blood oranges. If you get a juicer it doesn't take that long to make fresh orange juice for a special cocktail, and then you can strain out all the pulp if you like.
Made the mistake of using orange juice with a lot of pulp (that was all I had on hand) I unfortunately do not like pulp, so I then tried without pulp. Much better. Thanks
Personally, I think any good, top shelf vodka is great. However, I am not a fan of grey goose and I definitely don't think you should use it in a mixed drink cocktail. My personal favorite screwdriver vokdas are Chopin and Stoli. Stoli Orange with OJ is just perfect.
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