Over a century ago, just outside of the city Belo Horizante, a man named Sergio Caetano started distilling a distinct form of Cachaça that would become a canvas to display the unique flavors of Southwestern Brazil. The name Germana stands for one of a kind, pure, special, and the Caetano espression from Germana lives up to said qualities. Cachaça Germana is produced in the region of Nova União-MG which is situated in the centre of the state of Minas Gerais. It is one of the most traditional of the artisanal pot still Cachaças from Minas Gerais. The sugarcane is harvested from the family owned Farm Vista Alegre. After fermenting the sugarcane juice for up to 24 hours, Umbarana (Brazilian cherry wood) cradles the distillate for two years. This expression ages the spirit as gracefully as Sergio Caetano himself. The aging process gives the spirit a golden hue and an elegant array of tropical fruit notes accompanied by the classic grassy and herbaceous qualities in which makes cachaça distinct. Caetano is perfect for the cachaça connoisseur who is searching for a smooth, delicate sweetness.