Golden color from two years of barrel aging. The mildly smoky scent opens up to deeper caramel notes. This is a luscious aged cachaça, sweet and smooth, with a lingering interplay of smoky and burnt toffee notes on the finish.
91 points, Wine Enthusiast (Jun 2011)
Pale golden color. Aromas of raisin bread pudding, dried plantain, anise powder, and dusty oregano follow through on a soft, gentle entry to a dry-yet-fruity light-to-medium body with delicate caramel pudding and praline notes. Finishes with a warming wet slate, cane stalk, and white peppercorn fade.
89 points, Beverage Testing Institute (Dec 2009)