Thanks so much for submitting a report. It has been emailed to the Rum Captain and will be actioned shortly.
Serious improvement needed
Tried the Pitu Light Cachaca in Brazil and it's not a neat sipper like most of the high quality Brazilian Cachaca's are. The Pitu Light is not even a decent base for your Caipirinha, so stay away from this one.
I have a very old love affair with Brazil and cachaça was my introduction to sugar cane spirits. So: two points for the souvenirs – pleasure is multidimensional also when sipping/drinking (with Pitú stick with caipirinha and basic mixings) – plus two points because this is a good one when explaining to your friends the difference between cachaça, molasses rum, “agricole”… Pitú is very, very cachaça even if not a good one.
NB: I am not a specialist. It just happens that I like rum.
I bought this after drinking Cachaca at a Brazilian restaurant thinking I could replicate the drink I was served. That was a mistake. This is not a bad mixer, but not what I think of as a rum. This bottle has been in my cabinet for many years because I am just not fond of it.
This Cachaca is fairly common in the US. Its really decent actually. It has a nice pungent fruity, floral aroma. The tasting is similar, its smooth on the palate with a nice classic taste, while not complex it does offer a great experience.
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