One of Brazil's most popular exports, Pitú Cachaça is produced from newly-harvested sugarcane in the state of Pernambuco. In the early 1930s, when the company's founders started producing Cachaça, there was a stream called Pitú because of the large amount of Pitú prawns in it. Therefore, Pitú founders decided to name their Cachaça after the prawn. Thus, introducing the picture and perpetuating the symbol of the company.
Traditional Cachaça with high quality standard and unique taste. Crystal clear in color with hints of banana and butterscotch flavors. On the nose, the fruity and floral aromas originate from the fresh sugar cane juice. These enticing aromas are said to be the result of sugar-cane grown in massap soils, typical of the northern Brazilian state of Pernambuco. It goes well with appetizers and starters. It is best served straight, ice-cold, and it is great when preparing Caipirinha and other mixed drinks.
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