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Discover the Soul of Brazil

Welcome to Lisbon Wines & Liquors, your gateway to the vibrant world of Brazilian Cachaça. We invite you to embark on a journey through Brazil's rich heritage, where Cachaça, the country's national spirit, takes center stage. Discover the essence of this unique libation, steeped in history, tradition, and cultural significance.
Brazilian Cachaça

What is Cachaça?

Cachaça, often referred to as "Brazilian Rum," is a distilled spirit like no other. It finds its roots in the lush sugarcane fields of Brazil, where the process of crafting this exceptional beverage dates back centuries. With an intricate production process that melds history and craftsmanship, Cachaça stands as a testament to the heart and soul of Brazil.


A Taste of Tradition: The Production Process

Cachaça is meticulously crafted from fresh sugarcane juice, setting it apart from traditional rum, which is made from molasses. This key difference imbues Cachaça with a vibrant, earthy character that captures the essence of Brazil's terroir.


Cultural Significance

Beyond being a beloved spirit, Cachaça is an integral part of Brazilian culture. It's the key ingredient in the world-renowned Caipirinha cocktail, a symbol of joy and celebration. It's sipped during festive gatherings, enjoyed in the pulsing rhythms of samba, and savored during moments of relaxation on the Brazilian coastline.


The Classic Caipirinha

Indulge in the quintessential Brazilian experience by making your own Caipirinha. Here's how:


  • 2 oz Brazilian Cachaça
  • 1 lime, cut into wedges
  • 2 teaspoons white sugar
  • Ice cubes


  1. Place the lime wedges and sugar into a rocks glass.
  2. Muddle the lime and sugar to release the juice and essential oils.
  3. Fill the glass with ice cubes.
  4. Pour the Cachaça over the ice.
  5. Stir well.


Explore Our Cachaça Collection

Lisbon Wines & Liquors takes pride in presenting an exceptional collection of Brazilian Cachaça. Each bottle is a testament to the artistry and dedication of Brazilian distillers who have perfected their craft over generations.