Cachaça, “KA SHA SA” also known as aguardente, pinga, or caninha, is the most popular distilled alcoholic beverage in Brazil. Made from fermented and distilled fresh sugarcane juice, this subtle liquor is typically between 38% and 54% alcohol by volume and slightly different from rum. Which is usually made from molasses, a by-product from refineries that boil the cane juice to extract as much sugar crystals as possible.

Never having experienced a true Brazilian liquor I was pleased to have a refreshing Caipirinha Cooler to compliment such a harsh day. Cachaça is exclusively served at Fleming’s Steak House & Wine Bar, and the signature Caipirinha Cooler is a muddled seasonal fruit mix (this season Blueberry, Raspberry and Strawberry) with freshly squeezed lime juice. Truly a delight! If you’ve ever experienced a Brazilian wax, you can appreciate the exhilaration of an intensely smooth feeling.Outside of Brazil, Cachaça is typically the sole ingredient in tropical drinks, with the Caipirinha being the most famous cocktail.

The aroma of sugarcane, trifled through my nose, as I sipped the absolute most modern effort in mix-ology to have met my acquaintance.

Eye: The bottle is slightly different from your usual rum, slim nose broad body.  A Clear Elephant if I must.

Nose: When I whiffed Cachaça, I was delighted against my previous assumption. An enchanting almost mist like aroma bursting with sugar crystals.

Mind: Rum ranks high on the list of favorite spirits, but my desire to sip the Caipirinha Cooler was intensely captivating. My cocktail was not diluted with unfamiliar pleasures or harsh excite. There were three ingredients, Cachaça, fresh fruit, and fresh squeezed lime juice. As a lady there is nothing more fabulous than to be able to sip a cocktail, and not have your face display a sharp bitter expression. As a connoisseur, there is nothing more satisfying than to find a spirit that compliments both style and taste.

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