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Samanaú.


Samanaú Cachaça

Est. 2004
http://www.cachacasamanau.com.br


The city of Caicó, located in the Sertão of the Seridó region, 280 kilometers from Natal, the capital of Rio Grande do Norte State (RN), is known for the rich culture of its people, their faith and religiosity, unparalleled flavor of its cuisine, artistic diversity and agropastoral activities.

In 1994, with the construction of the Passagem das Traíras Dam, perpetuating the Seridó, River, sugarcane was raised with the idea of transforming it into cachaça. Vidalvo Dadá Costa was the first to accept the challenge and in 2004 set up an artisanal still on Samanaú Farm where he produced Samanaú cachaça.

Samanaú, according to the historian Luís da Câmara Cascudo, originates from “camana-u”, which means hill or elevation, hence Samanaú Hills. The hills, covered with black-striped rocks, today called São Bernardo, gave birth to the name of this genuinely artisanal cachaça which took its place in the tradition and culture of the Seridó.


Samanaús sortiment är miljöcertifierat av IBD Certifications och går därmed under Organico Brazil stämpel.
Certifikatet kan ses här: Samanaú IBD

Cachaça Samanau Gold

Tasting note
Distilled in mash from fermented sugarcane juice, 38% alcohol smoothed out in laurel wood barrels.

Cachaca name:
Size:
Alcohol:

Cachaça Samanau Gold
500ml
38%


Cachaca-Semanau-Guld

Cachaça Samanau Silver

Tasting note
Distilled from mash from fermented sugarcane juice, with 38% alcohol.
Brons medal in the 2012 New York International Spirits Competition.

Cachaca name:
Size:
Alcohol:

Cachaça Samanau Silver
500ml
38%


Silver

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