Sagatiba Pura Cachaca Brazilian Rum 700ml

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Sagatiba Cachaca is the Brazilian national spirit, distilled from sugar cane and not molasses as rum is, and must be produced in Brazil to carry the name Cachaca. A very clean spirit with the delicate flavour and aroma of fresh cut sugarcane. Sagatiba Pura's unmatched versatility and mixability add Brazilian flair to any of your favourite cocktails, namely the classic favourite Caipirinha.

 

  • Rated 84 points - Ultimate Beverage Challenge 2012

 

Tasting Note: Sweet, sugary and intoxicating nose that mellows the senses. Mellow palate is full of caramel velvetiness. A tough finish of long-lasting sweetness tops of the experience with perfection.

Additional Details

SKU:
12050-NGB-UNIT
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
Brazil
Alcohol %:
38
Region:
Brazil
Style:
Light Rum
Varietal:
Rum

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