Sanhaçu Freijó Cachaças
Freijó is a wood from the Amazon that transfers little flavor, color and aroma to the cachaça, leaving it light, with soft notes of wood.
Sanhaçu Oak Cachaças
Oak is an imported wood. Sanhaçu uses American oak, which together with the cachaça leaves a woody flavor reminiscent of whiskey or bourbon.
Sanhaçu Umburana Cachaças
Wood found in various regions of Brazil. Sanhaçu umburana has notes of cinnamon with a touch of spice.
Sanhaçu ORIGEM, as the name implies, is what gives rise to all the other cachaças at Engenho. It doesn't go through any storage wood, it just rests in stainless steel barrels for 6 months.
Brado - Cachaças Sanhaçu Ipê Amarelo
As well as being the symbol tree of Brazil, the yellow ipê has a special feature: the wood of some barrels can release a photosensitive pigment. This means that when cachaça is exposed to sunlight, its color and flavor change.
In less than two minutes of direct exposure to the sun, Brado has a brighter, more golden yellow color and a fuller flavor.
DETAILS ON PRODUCTION CAPACITY, SEASONALITY AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:
The enterprise has a production capacity of approximately 30,000 liters and, depending on demand, there is the capacity to produce more.
The percentage of exports will correspond to the demand for the product.