Avuá Copan Cachaça
  • Category Cachaça
  • Country Brazil
  • Style Cachaça
  • Maturation Tapinhoā barrels
  • Alcohol 40%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • coconut
  • pine
  • sweet
  • smooth

Avuá Cachaça

Avuá Copan Cachaça (0.75l, 40%)

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It’s definitely time for some limited, artisanal Cachaça.

Do you know about Cachaça? Well, did you know that it’s actually older than Rum? With almost five hundred years of history, it brings together the three great trends in Brazilian culture: Indian, African, and Portuguese. Distilled from fresh sugarcane juice, this tasty Spirit can be made in any part of Brazil. There are two types of Cachaça, industrial and artisanal. The first one could be compared to smething like a cheap Vodka. Artisanal Cachaca, on the other hand, is for the connoisseurs. Avuá Cachaça is the leading artisanal, single-sourced Cachaça brand that’s located in the hills of Carmo near Rio de Janeiro. Their single-estate sugarcane fields and a small, family-owned farm produce some of the best artisanal Cachaça. They have one of Brazil’s top female distillers who uses a family recipe that’s been honored over three generations

Avuá Copan Cachaça is made with Craig Schoettler of MGM Resorts, and the venerable makers of Hardy Cognac. Each hand-crafted bottle is matured for up to 2 years in rare tapinhoā barrels and then finished in Hardy Cognac casks for 6 months. This unique combination of rare native wood and a Cognac finish brings you a complex aroma and flavor profile. This is a super limited edition that will not be reproduced.

  • Category Cachaça
  • Country Brazil
  • Style Cachaça
  • Maturation Tapinhoā barrels
  • Alcohol 40%
California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.

Appearance / Color
Light yellow

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Complex

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Coconut and pine tree notes mingling with Cognac flavors.

Finish
Smooth.

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  • coconut
  • pine
  • sweet
  • smooth
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Character Dogson
Brazilians consume about 11.5 liters of Cachaça per person every year, which accounts for 99% of all Cachaça production. If you couldn’t tell, Cachaça is kind of a big deal for Brazilians.
Brazilians have more than 2,000 nicknames for Cachaça. “White coffee, “water that birds won’t drink,” “eyewash,” and “giver of laugh” are just a few.
Distillers can sweeten the Liquor by adding sugar only in amounts less than six grams per liter. Sweetening distilled Cachaça is possible, but if producers add any more than six grams, the Liquor will have to be labeled “sweetened Cachaça.
Brazilians consume about 11.5 liters of Cachaça per person every year, which accounts for 99% of all Cachaça production. If you couldn’t tell, Cachaça is kind of a big deal for Brazilians.

Distillers can sweeten the Liquor by adding sugar only in amounts less than six grams per liter. Sweetening distilled Cachaça is possible, but if producers add any more than six grams, the Liquor will have to be labeled “sweetened Cachaça.

Brazilians have more than 2,000 nicknames for Cachaça. “White coffee, “water that birds won’t drink,” “eyewash,” and “giver of laugh” are just a few.
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
Brazilians consume about 11.5 liters of Cachaça per person every year, which accounts for 99% of all Cachaça production. If you couldn’t tell, Cachaça is kind of a big deal for Brazilians.
Brazilians have more than 2,000 nicknames for Cachaça. “White coffee, “water that birds won’t drink,” “eyewash,” and “giver of laugh” are just a few.
Distillers can sweeten the Liquor by adding sugar only in amounts less than six grams per liter. Sweetening distilled Cachaça is possible, but if producers add any more than six grams, the Liquor will have to be labeled “sweetened Cachaça.
Brazilians consume about 11.5 liters of Cachaça per person every year, which accounts for 99% of all Cachaça production. If you couldn’t tell, Cachaça is kind of a big deal for Brazilians.

Distillers can sweeten the Liquor by adding sugar only in amounts less than six grams per liter. Sweetening distilled Cachaça is possible, but if producers add any more than six grams, the Liquor will have to be labeled “sweetened Cachaça.

Brazilians have more than 2,000 nicknames for Cachaça. “White coffee, “water that birds won’t drink,” “eyewash,” and “giver of laugh” are just a few.
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