CIROC CoconutRegular price $32.99
Raise your hand if you like the taste of coconut! The Ciroc Coconut Vodka needs to be on the top of the list for any coconut enthusiast. Ciroc Coconut Vodka is one of the first flavor-infused varieties from the makers of Ciroc Ultra-Premium Vodka. It’s 100 percent gluten-free and has been distilled 5 times. This top-notch spirit is tastefully infused with coconut and tropical fruit flavors making it like an explosion of smooth coconut with an inch of vanilla echoed in. The finish is silky and smooth. The spirit was first released in February 2010 and can be used in a cocktail, taken as a shot, tried on the rox, and more.
Ciroc Ultra-Premium Vodka is produced and distributed by popular alcohol beverage maker Diageo. It was first founded in France by Jean-Sebastian Robicquet. Robicquet’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.” Since Diddy was well known, people soon became consistent fans of Ciroc Vodka. Now Ciroc Ultra-Premium Vodka is a popular name and considered the cream of the crop in modern vodkas worldwide.
The Ciroc brand is known for its unique production process as it stems from grapes rather than deriving from potatoes, grain, or corn. 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 grapes are “snap-forest” Mauzac Blanc and Ugini Blanc and hail from the Gaillac and Cognac regions in France. 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.