Grey Goose took over the Toronto Island Yacht Club with a Boulangerie Bleue event spanning two days at the Toronto Island Yacht Club last week. It transported guests to the French Riviera via a secret entrance through a traditional French bakery.


Once guests went past the French bakery, guests were served Le Grand Fizz, a refreshing summer cocktail consisting of Grey Goose vodka, St Germain elderflower liqueur and fresh lime, the drink is topped with chilled soda for a gentle effervescence. Served in a distinctive, blue and white glass we enjoyed it paired with the French food, and music.

The Toronto Island Yacht Club offers guests a cottage-in-the-city experience with unprecedented views and sunsets. A beautiful sunset with a view of CN tower paired with the refreshing Le Grand Fizz, a summer evening cannot get better than this.

We enjoyed private tasting at the world’s most intimate bar – Grey Goose Camionette. In this luxuriously hidden space for two, we learned to the brand’s intrinsic history and met with our own mixologist who created a martini bespoke to our taste.

The night ended with a poolside party spinning house music by a local DJ.

Photos by Kelly Qu

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