CIROC Apple

CIROC Apple

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On October 29th, 2015, Sean “Diddy '' Combs introduced Ciroc Apple Vodka to the world on the “Late Night with Seth Meyers. Ciroc Apple Vodka is the 6th flavor of the varieties made by Ciroc Ultra-Premium Vodka. If you like green apples, you’re going to love how this premium Ciroc Apple Vodka tastes. It’s 100 percent gluten-free and has been distilled 5 times for quality assurance. The finish is silky and smooth and you can partake in drinking it in an array of ways from neat, on the rocks, in your favorite cocktail with friends, lovers, and even a lucky stranger or two should you so choose. The Ciroc Apple Vodka has hints of vanillas as well as green apple flavors. This specialty spirit is 70 proof. 

produced and distributed by popular alcohol beverage maker Diageo. It was first founded in France by Jean-Sebastian Robicquet. Jean Sebastian’s family has been in the winemaking industry for over 400 years dating all the way back to the 17th century. In 2007, Sean “Diddy” Combs began to handle the promotion and marketing in the USA which has brought much popularity to the brand. Diddy and Diageo evenly split profits for the brand. Diddy has been called the “Ciroc Obama” by many. 

The Ciroc brand is known for its unique production process as it stems from grapes rather than deriving from potatoes, grain, or corn. The grapes are “snap-forest” Mauzac Blanc and Ugini Blanc and hail from the Gaillac and Cognac regions in France. To make Ciroc, the juice from the grapes that is extracted is fermented and distilled 5 times. This top-shelf vodka is also 100 percent gluten-free. You know to expect top quality taste and smoothness from Ciroc and the French Vanilla flavor is a fan favorite that will never go out of style. It’s ideal for entertaining guests or a quick shot before a night on the town. 

The word “Ciroc” is a portmanteau of the French word, cime, which means peak or summit top, and roche, which means rock. The name is a reference to the high-altitude region where the Mauzac grapes are grown and harvested.

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