Leblon Cachaca Arrives for Review
We've been drinking so much Cachaca lately we're thinking we might turn Brazilian. In fact, we wouldn't be surprised if we woke up one morning speaking Portuguese with that extra-shorn feeling in our bathing suit area, but that's beside the point. We've heard some pretty good things about Leblon Cachaca, but we haven't tried it yet. Luckily, we just got our hands on a cute little bottle of the stuff and we'll be reviewing it as soon as we can.
See below for some quick info from LiveLoveLeblon.com:
Made in Brazil from the first pressing of fresh sugar cane for a lively fruity nose. Then lightly aged in cognac casks in France for an ultra smooth taste.
Leblon Cachaca is the perfect mixer for any cocktail, from the Caipirinha, the national drink of Brazil, to twists on classics like the margarita or cosmopolitan.
We'll let you know what we think; plus, keep an eye out for our head-to-head comparison of Leblon with other Cachacas we've tried.
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Posted by Jake Jamieson at August 21, 2006 9:59 PM
I got turned on to Leblon about a year ago by a friend in New York. The stuff is great, and I am not ordinarily a big rum lover. Caipiranhas are an outstanding Leblon cocktail - a bit laborious but worth the effort. Make them in quantity because you will want a bunch on hand.