CIROC Peach

CIROC Peach

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Want to pair your palate with smooth refinement and sweet touches of fruit?! There’s no way you should pass up the Ciroc Peach Vodka. It is the right amount of peach flavor without being overwhelming to the palate and has a great smooth finish. It’s great and easy to enjoy on the rocks, as a shot, or in your favorite cocktail! Ciroc Peach Vodka was released on February 8, 2012. The peach premium flavor happens to be the favorite of many Vodka fans and if you’re looking for the cream of the crop of Vodkas that has a modern twist, Ultra-Premium Ciroc Vodka is right for you. 

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 Ciroc brand is known for its unique production process as it stems from grapes rather than deriving from potatoes, grain, or corn. Ciroc French Vanilla Vodka was first released in October of 2017 and is the eighth flavor provided to consumers in the Ciroc range. Hip hop artist, French Montana partnered with Diddy to produce the Ciroc French Vanilla Vodka. The grapes are “snap-forest” Mauzac Blanc and Ugini Blanc and hail from the Gaillac and Cognac regions in France.

Ciroc 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 US which has brought much popularity to the brand. Diddy and Diageo evenly split profits for the brand. 


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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