A unique sugar cane liquor made in Brazil is called Cachaça (ka-SHA-sa). Made exclusively from fresh sugar cane juice, cachaça spirits are often categorized as artisanal (small batches made in pot stills, aged in native wooden barrels) and industrial (large volumes made in column stills, unaged and inexpensive).
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Novo Fogo Graciosa
- Graciosa Cachaça -- aged for two years in re-purposed American oak, then finished for 18 months in a Brazil Nut wood barrel -- is named after the idyllic road that crosses Brazil's Atlantic Rainforest from the mountains to the sea. Aromas of pecan shell, cinnamon bark and floral essences compliment the woody herbal character and cane fragrances. On the palate, aromatic wood and bark lead to bright cinnamon, allspice and clove. At mid-palate, cane and toasted almond are balanced by a hint of anise in the warm finish. http://www.novofogo.com/
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