Leblon Cachaša was awarded a Double Gold Medal at the 7th Annual San Francisco World Spirits Competition. It was one of only two spirits in its category to receive the Double Gold Medal, and Leblon was also named "Top Cachaca" by a judging panel of the most influential spirits industry professionals in the U.S. LEBLON is the main ingredient in the Caipirinha, the national drink of Brazil, but also acts as a refreshing and creative substitute for a variety of other cocktails made from Vodka, Tequila, and Rum. LEBLON is available at fine retailers, restaurants, bars and clubs throughout the United States, as well as the United Kingdom, France, and Ireland.
Cachaša is a Brazilian spirit distilled from sugar cane juice. It is the third most consumed spirit in the world behind only vodka and soju/shochu, the asian distillates made predominantly from rice. Cachaša has an alcohol content similar to vodka, tequila, rum, or gin - 40% alcohol by volume (or 80 proof). Leblon Cachaša has a delicate, fruity nose, combined with an ultra smooth finish.