CapuCana Cachaça
  • Category Cachaça
  • Country Brazil
  • Region South America
  • Distillery CapuCana
  • Age 3 Year Old
  • Style Cachaça
  • Alcohol 42%*
*please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
  • leather
  • biscuit
  • honey
  • floral
  • orange
  • vanilla
  • blossom
  • black pepper
  • pear

CapuCana

Cachaça (0.7l, 42%*) *please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary

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Character Goatson
Ancient Brazilian Spirit, made better.
 
It was somewhere in the middle of the 19th century when a Danish dude called Christiano Matthiessen emigrated to Brazil to build roads and highways. He immediately fell in love with the country, its colors and people - and especially Sofia. They bought an estate and after a short stint in carpentry and producing coffee, they founded a distillery (in 1886) and in 1900, they began making Cachaça. Today, the fourth generation of distillers creates one of the best Cachaças in the world, making sure it has an unmistakable character and identity. Fun fact: Capucana translates to "sugar cane house"!
 
Their handcrafted Cachaça is a citrusy style, presented in a sexy bottle. But what's within is even more alluring: apricot-forward nose with classy hints of wood and leather introduce you to a lush and very Rum-like palate. The Spirit is a sumptuous blend of different batches and aged for three years. The result is a wonderful balance between complexity and freshness. Capucana Cachaça is a superb base for any refreshing cocktail: Pithaya, Rambutan Martini or Mani - and of course, Caipirinha.
  • Category Cachaça
  • Country Brazil
  • Region South America
  • Distillery CapuCana
  • Age 3 Year Old
  • Style Cachaça
  • Alcohol 42%*
*please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
Appearance / Color
Bright golden
 
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Apricot-forward nose with notes of wood, leather, biscuit, orange fudge and ground black pepper.
 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Very Rum-like palate has notes of vanilla, pear and honey blossom.
 
Finish
Creamy and sweet finish with floral notes and a citrusy background.
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  • leather
  • biscuit
  • honey
  • floral
  • orange
  • vanilla
  • blossom
  • black pepper
  • pear
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
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.
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.
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.
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Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
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.
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.
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.
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