Cachaça aged in oak (carvalho)

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Oak is the only non-native timber species used for aging cachaça. It does not grow in Brazil, but in the Northern hemisphere. The most common types of oak are the European and North American. Nevertheless, oak barrels are widely used to age cachaça. Import of new barrels, but also the reuse of old wine, whiskey or cognac barrels.

American oak gives the cachaça a golden color and a mild taste with a complex flavor profile, with characteristic aromas of vanilla and coconut.

European oak brings an amber color, intense flavors with hints of almond, toasted bread and tannins.

Cachaça Minas Brasil - Matured


This aged cachaça has a pungent flavor of oak, and its fermentation makes it particularly special. Delicious at room temperature with fruit salads.

Cachaça Morro Vermelho – Matured


This gem is matured for two years in carvalho (oak) wood, which gives it its soft and woody flavor. Best drunk on the rocks at room temperature.

Cachaça Taverna De Minas - Matured


Winner at the Expo Cachaça 2014. A wonderful 2 year old cachaça. Dry with fruity aromas and a woody flavor. Drink it neat and at room temperature for a brief moment of happiness.

Cachaça Sapucaia Velha Tradicional - Matured


One of Playboy's favorites, this is a tough lady. A round, full flavor from the 5 year maturing process in oak. Best served neat and at room temperature.

Cachaça Magnifica de Fária - Matured


A very aromatic cachaça with a firm nose of sweet banana. Also subtle sweetness in the taste and rather fruity with a nice wood influence.

Cachaça Sapucaia Real 18 Anos - Matured


A cachaça that lives up to her royal name in every aspect. The delicate sweetness and rich notes of wood makes this jewel a real treat.