|Author: Aaron Zall||Date of Review: Thu, 21 Dec 2006|
|Review: Sagatiba Pura is.. Ok,|
There is nothing wrong with Pura, its just a little bit neutral, and not very inspiring.
The taste a little bit sweet, and the texture thick, but its still smooth. There is the cane aroma that's present in most cachaca, but not much else.
It just lacks a bit of character you get in cachaca that's aged a couple of years.
Try this against Germana and you will see want I mean. Aged cachaca is definitely worth the extra couple of quid. I haven't tried the aged Sagatibas but I suspect they are a lot better, and worth the extra money.
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|Sagatiba a producer that reinvented the Cachaca distillation process is the best example to stand for quality control standards that ensure top quality Cachaca in terms of flavour and purity. The product is distilled in a revolutionary multi-distillation process.|
Sagatiba is the evolution of Cachaca. Its name means 'The infinite Saga', the never ended search for purity, quality, flavour and stories.
The Brazilian official liquor may be enjoyed pure or in a number of cocktails. The most popular Cachaca cocktail is Caipirinha, also born in Brazil, a mix of lime, sugar and Cachaca that has been growing a legion of aficionados all over the world.
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