This white cachaça "pure cane juice" from Brazil is distilled in a column. Authentic, to be enjoyed as it is or in a cocktail. A reflection of the festive lifestyle of Brazil.
According to the Brazilian law, cachaça is the exact denomination of aguardiente of sugar cane produced exclusively in Brazil, with an alcohol content navigating between 38 and 48% and worked at about 20°C, which is the result of the distillation of the fermented must of the sugar cane.
It is prepared in cocktails, including the famous Caipiriña made with Cachaça, lime and cane sugar. Brazil also produces Cachaças aged in special wooden barrels that offer very interesting tastes.
The largest country in South America, Brazil is known for its white Cachaça made from "pure sugarcane". Its very fertile soils are favorable to the cultivation of sugar cane.
Depending on the region, cachaça may have other names such as aguardiente, pinga, branquinha, birita, caninha, gas, or óleo.
APPEARANCE - Clear color with long, fat legs along the glass.
ON THE NOSE - A very intense bouquet with a richness of aromas that seems to evolve each time you sniff the glass. A perfect balance between the vegetal note of the cane and the brown sugar, citrus note on the lemon zest. Then comes a delicate fruity note of raspberry and coconut.
ON THE MOUTH - A dry and sweet attack on the sugar cane. In the middle of the mouth, spices such as pepper, vanilla and citrus fruits are released. The final is positioned on the length with the very vegetable taste of the cane and a small point of bitterness due to the citrus fruit.
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