The BAFTA’s: Making Cocktails Even Cooler…
Let me be honest, I love cocktails. Any good publicity for cocktails is a great thing indeed, so when I saw the photos on the Grey Goose RSVP facebook page last night my heart jumped for joy.
The annual British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards ceremony has always had an after party for the guests to mingle, photo’s to be taken and of course congratulations/scornful looks to be given to the award winners. And rightly so in my book! And this year was no different; hosted by one of the top end premium vodka brands in ‘Grey Goose’ the event saw star a studded collection of celebrities attend and enjoy what looked like a fantastic evening of glitz and glamour.
Now I love a good awards show like this, especially when the deserved actors/actresses win the deserved awards and after they go through the elation (or heartbreak in some cases) that winning & losing an award will bring the very minimum they deserve afterwards is a completely unjudged drink or two.
The hosts: Grey Goose, are an extremely high grade vodka brand from the wonderful country of France and therefore a perfect companion for an award show as renowned as the Baftas.
Serving various cocktails to some of the biggest names in the Hollywood phone directory; this entire after party screamed great publicity for cocktails, not to mention alcohol in general.
Especially with the bad rap alcohol is getting due to this utterly ridiculous drinking ‘game’ (I use the term game for lack of a better descriptive word – it most certainly is not a game) known as necknomination. It’s a stupid idea survived by stupid people thinking they need to better the person before them, reminding me of the saying: “Whos the bigger fool? He who leads, or he that follows.”
This whole situation is giving anti-alcohol groups an unlimited amount of ammo in an unfair war against something that, in moderation, can actually be of benefit to a lot of people. So I for one am glad this awards ceremony has shown the class alcohol brings to events such as these, not to mention the glorious cocktails supplied by Grey Goose. So whether you’re planning a party for the Oscars (March) or the Emmy’s (august), this cocktail-after-party from this years BAFTAS should provide at least a small amount of inspiration to you all…
With winners like the fantastic Chiwetel Ejiofor and stunning Cate Blanchett this BAFTAS really hit the mark and, if you keep an eye out, soon on this very blog you’ll spy some of the cocktails they were all drinking recipes and all so you too can feel like a movie star; even if it is for only a drink or two.
Next on the Fervent Shaker: BAFTAS The Grey Goose Cocktails (here’s the link)