Santo Grau Cachaça & The Caneflower Cocktail

And again, today it will be about Cachaça. In my last article, I already referred to the differences between the Cachaça Espírito de Minas and the Magnífica de Faria Cachaça (which I reviewed before this one), but if you missed all that, I recommend you take a look at the two articles here. Because when I will dedicate myself in the following to the Cachaça Santo Grau, cross-references will appear there again, which will show a comparison to the other two Cachaças. But one after the other! Read More

Cachaça Espírito de Minas & Macunaíma

Today I will continue with another Cachaça. If you should have opened this article completely isolated and do not know what continues here, I want to refer briefly to my last article about the Magnífica de Faria Cachaça. There I briefly announced that I wanted to devote myself more closely to some cachaças, which I will do now. If you are looking for basic information about cachaça, you should also have a look at this article. However, let’s talk about today’s bottle: the Cachaça Espírito de Minas. Read More

Magnífica de Faria Cachaça & The Apotekose Cocktail

Finally, the time has come again and I dedicate myself to a topic I wanted to write about for quite a time now: it’s about Cachaça! The “Brazilian rum”, which actually is not rum (although it is not so far from it), enjoys (to my great satisfaction) a certain and increasing popularity in Europe and ultimately also in Germany. However, of course there is still a lot of room for improvement, because mostly it is still the old top dog Pitú, which can be found in the spirit assortment of most bars (which makes it more or less the counterpart of the famous tequila with the red plastic hat in its segment). If I can help to change that even further with my article, all the better. Read More