The national spirit of Brazil has been produced for over 500 years starting from sugar cane and in its native land it is also known as Aguardente de Cana.

Because of its distillation (from the fermented sugarcane juice), Cachaça is often mixed with Martinica's rhum agricole.
The market is dominated by a few industrial brands, but we are seeing an important growth in the interest of artisanal Cachaça, which many distilleries are starting to produce showing the great diversity of Brazilian terroirs.

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