Ciroc's new drink called "The Diddy"

July 22, 2008 0

While Diddy is off spending his $100 million Ciroc partnership money on other alcohol brands, Ciroc has upped their marketing efforts including a revamped Diddy/Ciroc website and a new drink called The Diddy which is branded “The Official Drink of Summer.” So what exactly is in The Diddy? It’s pretty complex so make sure you practice mixing it on your own before serving to your friends…here it is, The Diddy: 1.5 oz Ciroc Vodka with 3 oz Lemonade. No joke.


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    The Ciroc 1 Million Dollar offer

    There’s only one day a year when the world collectively parties together, New Year’s Eve and the Time Square ball drop in NY is one of the premier locations for bringing inn the new year! For countless years brands like Korbel Champagnes and Waterford crystal have positioned themselves as the official Champagne and New Year ball crystal of the Times Square celebration all in hopes of capitalizing on the unique marketing opportunity. Although Champagne is the common celebratory libation of choice to ring in the New Year, Diddy and Ciroc are trying to change the tradition to include their “ultra-premium vodka.”

    The constantly evolving marketing machine that is Diddy is offering the Mayor and City of New York $1 Million Dollars to change the New Years Eve Ball to Ciroc Blue. Although Diddy admits the proposal is a publicity stunt to help brand Ciroc to the New Years Party crowd, he does say that he just wants the color to be changed, no logo. I guess given these hard economic times people might just feel the need to sip on something a bit more stiff than the traditional bubbly. Diddy doesn’t pose a specific use for the contribution but suggest using it to build parks, improve schools or for foreclosure “bailouts.” As yet there hasn’t been a response from the Mayors office.

    In addition Diddy goes on to announce that the Ciroc street team in conjunction with the New York City Taxi & Limousine Commission will be handing out $15 taxi cab vouchers to New York party goers to make sure they get home safe.