The influence of African migration in Brazil is undeniable. We chose the egúngún as a symbol of their respect for nature, for the land. That is why our cachaça is produced under the biodynamic production process, where we exclude the use of artificial chemicals on soil and plants.
– Anima / noun / soul or spirit of the nature. In latin the word was used to designate the
principle that gave movement to animated beings. In that sense both plants and animals would
have a soul.
– Egúngún / noun / refers to masquerade or masked, costumed figures from the ancient
Yoruba mythology originated in western Africa with great influence in Brazilian candomblé.
It represents the collective spirit of the ancestors. They believe the ancestors have the
responsibility to compel the living to uphold the ethical standards of the past generations of
Clear, burnished silver look, while aroma of raw sugarcane with fresh grass and faint olive, pepper notes. Long and rather oily mouthfeel of subtle lemongrass notes and faint cane sweetness balanced by peppery spirit spice with an aftertaste of cracked pepper spice with grass and cane flavors.
type: Rum | proof 84
Please use the Product Finder to locate Aguaviva Cachaça in your area.