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Easily consumable in a bind
Strong alcohol burn but not too unpleasant. Also reminds me a bit of some tequilas that I've tried. I had thought cachaca would taste more like agricole; fresh and grassy... but didn't really get it in this one. Still it's a cheap bottle for a nice summer drink. This was my first cachaca so I don't really have anything to compare it to.
CanoRio Cachaça comes to us from the Fazenda Soledade company in Rio, Brazil. They press their sugar cane within 24 hours of it being harvested to create the juice which in turn is used to create this refreshing spirit. Of course, this works very well in a Caipirinha...Fresh fruit salad (with plenty of chunks of pineapple), followed by a herbal hint of cut grass.
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