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Cachaça is a Brazilian, rum-like spirit distilled from freshly pressed sugar cane juice. With the recent increasing popularity of the Caipirinha cocktail, Cachaça has become increasingly more called for by more adventurous drinkers. Much like wine, this spirit can vary widely in flavor and quality depending on where and how it’s made. If you’re interested in learning more, check out Michael Dietsch’s article The Serious Eats Guide to Cachaça.

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