Saliníssima Cachaca

Saliníssima Cachaca

Saliníssima values ​​the cachaceira culture and is one of the traditional and authentic cachaças of the Salinas region. The cachaça is an alternative to the palates that seek simplicity, rusticity and tradition in balance with modern life and with the best things in life. It brings together characteristics of a genuine artisanal cachaça of high standard. The aging process, done in balsam barrels, gives the drink a woody and soft flavor. The yellow tinted color and strong body reflect the care of maintaining the original production practices of artisanal cachaça from Minas Gerais.

Saliníssima is produced at Fazenda Matrona, in the Salinas region, Minas Gerais, which since 1955, by the hands of Olímpio Mendes, has been dedicated to the planting of sugar cane to be used for the production of cachaça and rapaduras. The cachaças were bottled by hand and sold in their own home to farm staff, neighbors and friends. The rapaduras, on the other hand, were sold in the city on Saturdays, after traveling the long distance by ox cart.

Saliníssima Cachaca

Saliníssima values ​​the cachaceira culture and is one of the traditional and authentic cachaças of the Salinas region. The cachaça is an alternative to the palates that seek simplicity, rusticity and tradition in balance with modern life and with the best things in life. It brings together characteristics of a genuine artisanal cachaça of high standard. The aging process, done in balsam barrels, gives the drink a woody and soft flavor. The yellow tinted color and strong body reflect the care of maintaining the original production practices of artisanal cachaça from Minas Gerais.

Saliníssima is produced at Fazenda Matrona, in the Salinas region, Minas Gerais, which since 1955, by the hands of Olímpio Mendes, has been dedicated to the planting of sugar cane to be used for the production of cachaça and rapaduras. The cachaças were bottled by hand and sold in their own home to farm staff, neighbors and friends. The rapaduras, on the other hand, were sold in the city on Saturdays, after traveling the long distance by ox cart.