Excerpt: That said what you get as a sipper is a very interesting and complex glass of cachaça. It may however not to be to everyones tastes. It might be a little odd for some. In fairness, it is one of the most unusual cachaca’s I have tried so far. But certainly not the worst.
Excerpt: The rum tastes like an agricole bent ninety degrees away from true, flavourful and interesting, but not so off the map as to be unapproachable. What’s also important is that the short ageing in that combination of woods has produced a rum that is closer than almost any cachaça I’ve ever tried to a profile that is recognizably a “regular rum”….if not completely.