Weber Haus Cachaça Amburana Organic 700 ml 38% vol.

Weber Haus Cachaça Amburana Organic 700 ml 38% vol.

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Cachaça, a distilled spirit made from sugarcane juice, is one of the most popular alcoholic beverages in Brazil and is often used in tropical cocktails.

Weber Haus Amburana was awarded the best cachaça in Brazil, and is considered to be one of the finest of its kind. Distilled in a handmade copper still from sugar cane juice. Aged for 1 year in Amburana casks, a native Brazilian wood providing a unique depth of flavour.

  • Brazilian Cachaça
  • Great for shots and caipirinhas
  • Organic
  • Enviromentally friendly brand
  • Aged for 12 months in Amburana barrels 

Awards

2011 - Among the 20 Best - Playboy Magazine
2011 - 1st prize at São Paulo Newspaper 'Folha de São Paulo'
2012 - Gold Medal at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles
2012 - Gold Medal - Cachaça Ouro Ranking - VIP Magazine
2012 - Silver Medal - Blind tasting 21st Cachaça Double Shot Expo
2014 - Best Cachaça at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles Florianopolis, Brazil
2014 - Best Aged Cachaça Exporter 2014
2015 - Gold Medal at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles - Brazil Edition
2016 - Gold Medal at Concours Mondial de Bruxelles - Brazil Edition

40% alcohol

Appearance, taste and texture

Amber coloured and fragrant with aromas and flavours of vanilla, cloves, cinnamon and other spices. Ageing in amburana casks creates a unique flavour with dry, spicy tannins balanced perfectly with a sweeter, woody base.

About Weber Haus cachaça

The Weber family has been producing Weber Haus cachaça in small batches in traditional copper stills on the same farm in southern Brazil since 1848. 

100% organic and sustainable, Weber Haus cachaça uses only the 'heart' of the sugar cane distillate, ensuring that the liquid is always high quality whatever variety you choose.

Origin: Brazil

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