Decently made and about half the price of some.
Notes: Cachaca is a complex subject. There are 1000’s of brands of Cachaca in Brazil most of which are thankfully NOT imported here as many are very low quality. Prior to a few years ago drinking Cachaca was about as stylish as drinking Mad Dog or Night Train here.
Now it has been discovered (finally) in America and is used extensively in the Caipirinha as it is similar to the Mojito (a drink heavily marketed by the Microsoft of Rum- Bacardi) both of which are simple and relatively fast to make.
The translation on this one means “Crazy Lips” in Portuguese. This one come from a single estate plantation with hand harvested sugar cane which is pressed within 24 hours of cutting to maintain peak freshness. Distilled multiple times in a column still, it somehow retains all the character of the cane – an unusual achievement.
Drinks: The drinks we tried (many from their website) were good-to-excellent.The sweetness yet assertiveness made for a very interesting Pisco Sour variation (substitute Boca Loca for Pisco for some Brazilian Lemonade). We also came up with a Sarachai – a mix of mint and (weak) regular tea with Boca Loca added (sugar optional).
Cigars: Good with a lighter type/size of cigar with a Connecticut Shade Wrapper.
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