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What is Cachaça

Cachaça is one of the oldest spirits in the world and has been bringing friends and communities together since the 16th century. In Brazil, it is beloved by all, regardless of occupation or class. Pure cachaça is made from freshly- pressed sugar cane juice, fermented, and distilled using natural methods.

About Cãna

Cãna is an expression of togetherness. It is a blend of three unique cachaças, sourced from different regions of Brazil, each teeming with its own culture and traditions—a perfect synergy.

Cãna serves as a conduit, a tropical transportive experience to the rest of the world. Giving a new meaning to connection, to the feeling of belonging, to being one with nature. Remember, summer is everywhere.

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Cãnarita

Cãnarita

how

2 oz Cãna Classic Cachaça 
1 oz Cointreau 
1 oz lime juice 
1 lime 
Salt or Tajin
Ice

Glass: Margarita
Garnish: Slice of lime

In a cocktail shaker, add CÃNA, Cointreau, and lime juice over ice. Shake until the mixture cools down. Then strain into a previously chilled margarita glass, with salt on the rim, and garnish with a slice of lime. 

Kitchen Hack: To rim your glass, add the salt or tajin in a shallow dish, moisten the edge
of the glass with the lime pulp, and pass the edge gently in the salt so that it sticks to the glass.