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How to drink Ciroc vodka

Updated April 17, 2017

Ciroc vodka is a premium brand of vodka made from French grown grapes instead of the potatoes, wheat, rye, or corn that is typically used to make traditional vodkas. Juice is squeezed from the grapes. The juice is then cold-fermented and distilled. This distilling process leads to a smooth, refined taste that works well in making fine vodka cocktails. There are a variety of classic and original recipes that can be used to drink Ciroc vodka.

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  1. Pour Ciroc vodka in a glass over ice cubes or crushed ice. Ciroc vodka's makers claim that Ciroc is among the smoothest of vodkas. For this reason, Ciroc vodka can be served on the rocks.

  2. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Pour 44.4ml (1.5 ounces) Ciroc vodka and 44.4ml (1.5 ounces) white grape juice. Dip the rim of a champagne glass in water and then in 1 tablespoon of white grape sugar to create a sugar rim on the glass. Shake the cocktail shaker to mix the drink. Pour the drink through the strainer into the champagne glass. Ciroc vodka's creators developed this drink, and it is called the Ciroc Grapevine.

  3. Use Ciroc vodka to make a classic martini. Fill a cocktail shaker with ice. Pour 3 parts Ciroc vodka and 1/4 part dry vermouth over the ice. Add 2 dashes of orange bitters to the mix. Put the lid on the cocktail mixer and shake the drink. Use the strainer to pour the drink into a martini glass without any of the ice. Garnish the drink with 2 to 3 green olives.

  4. Use Ciroc vodka to make a Ciroc Champagne Cosmo. Fill a cocktail shaker with crushed ice. Add 37ml (1.25 ounces) Ciroc vodka, 1 dash of Grand Marnier liquor, 44.4ml (1.5 ounces) of cranberry juice and 14.8ml (0.5 ounces) of freshly squeezed lime juice to the shaker. Shake the shaker to mix the drink. Strain the drink into a chilled champagne flute, leaving approximately 2.5cm (1 inch) of space in the top of the glass. Top the drink with 29.6ml (1 ounce) of champagne. Garnish the drink with a slice of orange.

  5. Pour Ciroc vodka over ice and mix with juice. Orange juice, cranberry juice and grapefruit juice are all commonly mixed with vodka. Ciroc's makers claim that it's crisp flavour will compliment any juice with which it is mixed.

  6. Pour 29.6ml (1 ounce) of Ciroc vodka, 14.8ml (0.5 ounces) of Blue Curacao and 7.39ml (0.25 ounces) of grapefruit juice into a cocktail shaker filled with crushed ice to make a Ciroc Blue Ocean. Shake the cocktail shaker to mix the drink. Pour the drink through the strainer into a champagne glass. Garnish the drink with a white orchid.

  7. Warning

    Ciroc vodka is an alcoholic beverage. Enjoy Ciroc vodka responsibly. Do not drink Ciroc vodka if you are under the legal drinking age.

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Things You'll Need

  • Ciroc vodka
  • Ice
  • Cocktail shaker with strainer
  • Martini glass
  • Cocktail glass
  • Champagne glass
  • White grape juice
  • White grape sugar
  • Dry vermouth
  • Orange bitters
  • Green olives
  • Grand Marnier liqueur
  • Cranberry juice
  • Lime juice
  • Champagne
  • Orange slices
  • Orange juice
  • Grapefruit juice
  • Blue Curacao
  • White orchid


About the Author

Based in New Orleans, Bethany Culp has been a freelance writer since 2004. She enjoys researching and writing about a variety of topics, including travel and outdoor adventure. Her work has been published on numerous websites including USAToday.com. Culp holds a Bachelor of Arts in communications from Loyola University New Orleans.

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