Cachaça is made from sugar cane juice, not molasses like most rums are. The results are a very different style of spirit. Capucana, which means 'sugar cane house', makes its cachaça from 3 different varietals of sugar cane, and once distilled, it is aged for 3 years. The nose is light, with brown sugar, soft fruits and dried herbs. On the palate, white pepper, aloe vera, yeast and again, dried fruits. The finish is white pepper, bread and hint of citrus. Use in your favourite Brazilian drink, the Caipirinha.