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The first taste did not win me over. Ethanol stink and wet dirt. But after a time I found that this syrupy sauce had a flavour I fancied. It’s smooth, meaty mid range was just the ticket compared to the scooped out fizz of most white rums. I quite like adding a touch to daiquiris and papa dobles. Plays nice with pretty much everything really.
I even enjoy a drop with ice.
Nice cachaca , sweet , fruity , grassy aroma. Slightly earthy taste with a gentle burn. Makes great caipirinhas... or maybe its my Brazilian son-in law making them properly ?
One of my friends from Brazil introduced me to this flavorful spirit a while back and was glad he did. Nice earthy, grassy and woody undertones. Very nice in Caipirinha's!
A doua cachaca care am baut-o in viata mea a fost ceva mai buna. Ceva mai rafinata dar nimic deosebit.
The alcohol dissipates quickly, leaving you with a nose full of bananas, spice, and even a little vanilla. The flavor is really nice...more bananas, some creamy fruit, and some earthy/grassy undertones as well. I like this very much. It's a clean, fresh change of pace when you need to clear your palate after guzzling molasses-based rums for too long...
Cheap and good for caipirinhas, and other drinks .
Of the Cachaca world, Average
la mejor lejos
It´s an ok cachaca for the masses, makes ok caipirinhas but it´s not great, there are about 5000 cachacas in Brazil and only very few is exported. I have tasted some real good stuff which unf doesn`t some out of Brazil too easily.
Nothing special here. A typicl and popular entry level Cachaca for making Caipirinha's. Quite a rough finish and with nothing distinctive, I'd recommend shopping around, there's much better for not much more on the price tag!