Actually fairly mild, decently done, and not overly spiced.
A excellent and slightly idiosyncratic ( in a nice way) cachaca
Decently made and about half the price of some.
Double distilled in pot stills, aged, and capable of being sipped by itself. Not your gardeners cachaca !
You get what you pay for and more.
Really shows the difference between a Rhum Agricole and a Rhum Industrial
Best rum ever. A cognac or whiskey of this age and quality would cost more than my car.
Nicely done young Rhum Agricole
One of the few rums (NB: French spelling rhums) in the world to claim a terroir.
Alembic distillation, aging in Jequitibá Rosa barrels, single estate, organic, and outstanding flavor. This one pretty much has everything anyone might want in a Cachaca.
Aging in XO Cognac Barrels makes a dramatic difference in taste !
Amazing rum both in quality and price. Better living through chemistry and skill.
An outstanding, old school artisanal cachaca with a sense of terroir
A hearty, ballsy rum, 100 proof and full of flavor but smooth and great buy for the money.
A handcrafted cachaca produced in copper alembic type copper stills, aged in oak barrels for 2 years and certified organic.
A lovely expression of a cachaca, certified organic and bottled in a recycled glass bottle for those who care about such things.
Rare, lovely, unique and expensive, but unlike a number of other spirits at that price, worth it.
Whole cane and nothing but the cane.Without compromise, apology or regret.
Damned fine white rhum agricole.
A lovely rum for not a lot of money . A very nice expression of a youngish Rhum Agricole.
Maybe we got a bad bottle. Not in keeping with their other rums.
Reminds me more of a armagnac than a rum in some ways.
More like a cognac, armagnac or calvados in some ways, with more complexity and nuance than a lot of other rums
Great mixing rum for astonishingly cheap price given the quality.
A refreshingly drier version of a cachaca than you normally find on the market.
An almost complete departure from your usual cachaca – made in small batches in a copper alambic type still rather than a column still and aged for 2-3 years in oak and jequitiba barrels.