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Cãna Classic Brazilian Cachaça

Cachaça /40% ABV / Brazil

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Product details

Category
Cachaça
Region
Brazil
ABV
40%
Tasting Notes
Caramel, Floral, Honey, Rose Petal, Smooth, Vanilla
Specialty
Gluten-Free, Kosher
Base Ingredients
Sugar Cane
Food Pairing
Dessert - Fruit, Dessert - Vanilla & Caramel, Fruit - Sweet
Brand Ownership
Latinx-owned

Product description

Cãna Classic Cachaça, pronounced [KA•SHA•SA], is produced in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil by Vicente a 2nd generation master distiller. Vicente handcrafts each batch of Cãna himself into a unique blend sourced from various regions of Brazil, each teeming with its own culture and traditions. Coming together in perfect synergy. The result is a balanced and elegant blend, offering harmonious hints of vanilla, honey, and tropical flowers, with a long silky finish.

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FAQs

The national spirit of Brazil, cachaça (pronounced as kah-SHAH-sah), is a distilled spirit made from pure sugar cane juice. Many people mistake it for rum; in fact, cachaça is its own drink and often sells better than both gin and tequila.
Cachaça comes from pure, freshly pressed Brazilian sugar cane and comes from Brazil's over 3,000 legal (and just as many illegal) distilleries. The distillers ferment the juice with yeast, converting the sugar to alcohol, then distill it using copper still pots to reach around 40% ABV. Aging usually occurs in French or American oak barrels or using indigenous woods to offer widely varying flavor profiles.
No, cachaça is not rum — though it was originally listed as a type of rum when it was first imported to the USA. It likely predates rum by a long shot, and though both are sugar-based distillates, cachaça comes from fresh-pressed sugar cane juice, while rum usually comes from molasses or other sugar byproducts. Cachaça also tastes different from rum, with a more subtle sweetness and a raw, fruity taste.
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