Cîroc Coconut Vodka
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  • coconut
  • cocoa
  • vanilla
  • mango
  • melon
  • sweet
  • tropical
  • fruit
  • berries

Cîroc

Coconut Vodka (0.7l, 37.5%)
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A brilliantly smooth and masterfully infused coconut Vodka.

Jean-Sébastien Robicquet has the official title of "Commander of Bordeaux" for his lifetime of accomplishment in Wine and Spirits. His family has been making Wine in the region for more than four hundred years. When he decided to learn distillation, he took a position at Hennessy Cognac for ten years and then founded Maison Villevert to make his own. In 2001, Diageo approached him about a partnership to create a premium Vodka built on the same Eau de Vie used in Cognac production — thus Cîroc Vodka was born in 2003.

When the base Spirit is as good as Cîroc Vodka it provides a wonderful foundation for building flavor profiles on top. Cîroc Coconut Vodka is the same cold-fermented Cognac grapes distilled five times for a silky-smooth mouth-feel. But then they "masterfully" infuse it with the essence of coconut and a smidgen of other tropical flavors. It’s perfectly balanced and delightfully complex on its own and a brilliant cocktail base for the next sunny day.
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Appearance / Color
Clear

Nose / Aroma / Smell
The aroma is lightly infused with notes of Cream d'Cocoa and Tahitian vanilla.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
On the palate the coconut and sweet vanilla remain, but soft, distant notes of mango and guava peek around the corners.

Finish
The finish is brisk and clean with lingering coconut and melon notes.
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  • coconut
  • cocoa
  • vanilla
  • mango
  • melon
  • sweet
  • tropical
  • fruit
  • berries
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What’s in a name? Rumor has it that Old Tom Gin got its name from the wooden plaques shaped like “Old Tom” black cats that adorned the outside wall of pubs in the 18th century.

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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson

What’s in a name? Rumor has it that Old Tom Gin got its name from the wooden plaques shaped like “Old Tom” black cats that adorned the outside wall of pubs in the 18th century.

The release of their first Bourbon sold out with 2,400 cases sold in 26 seconds to the Wyoming Liquor Division.

The number 16 holds significant importance for Casa Dragones Tequila. General Ignacio Allende was a leader of the Dragones who worked closely with Father Hidalgo in Mexico’s Independence movement. On September 16th, 1810, Father Hidalgo delivered his famous independence speech. This important date in Mexican history is honored with a 16’ on every label and on the bottom of every Casa Dragones Blanco bottle. Coincidentally, 16 is also the number in the address at La Casa Dragones.

Balcones has the tallest copper pot stills in the world, featuring proprietary helical lyne arms that were designed and built by the famed Forsyths of Scotland.

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