Cachaça is a Brazilian spirit with many similarities to rhum agricole, with the main difference being that it’s produced in Brazil. Cachaça, if you haven’t heard of it, is the spirit used to make the delicious but hard to pronounce cocktail, the caipirinha. Avua Prata is a cachaça distilled in pot stills and rested in stainless steel casks, resulting in a grassy, herbal, and slightly funky quality that is sometimes referred to as “hogo.” And of course we mean funky in a good way! The Avua Amburana is incredibly unique, aged in barrels made of native wood (amburana) that give it a warm notes of banana and tropical fruit. We’ll also be pouring their latest limited release, the Tapinhoa.