The Rocha family has been producing cachaça since 1902. The sugar cane is chopped from the fields inside the property of 1,500 acres of forest, pasture and sugar cane fields. A great differential of our cachaça is its grinding system. The grinding is done manually with the whole cane, process in which only its juice is extracted, without the incorporation of substances present in the bark and the bagasse.
Clear, burnished silver look, while aroma of
raw sugarcane with fresh grass and faint
olive, pepper notes. Long and rather oily
mouthfeel of subtle lemongrass notes and
faint cane sweetness balanced by peppery
spirit spice with an aftertaste of cracked
pepper spice with grass and cane flavors.