Boca Loca (Portugese for “crazy lips”). Cachaça is made from the juice of the first pressing of sugarcane. Much like rum, most fine cachaça’s are aged in barrels of European or American oak or Brazilian amburana, cedar, freijó, garapa, balsa, vinhático, jequitibá or other woods. The aging process yields a cachaça with a smoother taste and most often a yellow or caramel color. Cachaça is the primary ingredient in a Caipirinha (pronounced kai-purr-EEN-ya), the national cocktail of Brazil as well as numerous other batidas (cachaça and fruit or fruit juice mixtures).
Boca Loca Cachaca Maracuja is flavoured with passionfruit and has a clear spirit with powerful aromas of passionfruit which lead onto the palate where there are slightly peppery notes. Delicious and persistent finish.