In the Brazilian south, the vast majority of cachaças are barrel-aged in oak barrels. In that tradition, we age our organic cachaça in repurposed American oak barrels that once held Four Roses or Heaven Hill bourbon, before being sanded and re-toasted. Despite what many say upon their first sip, our barrel-aged cachaças don’t taste like bourbon, they taste like American oak — it just so happens that bourbon tastes like American oak, too. For our Two-Woods series of cachaças finished in indigenous Brazilian wood barrels, we are committed to using only legally-sourced woods.
Where the magic happens: the interior of one of our adegas, or aging rooms.