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Weber Haus Gold Cachaça

(70cl, 40%)

Weber Haus Gold Cachaça
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Weber Haus Gold Bottling Note

Weber Haus's silver cachaça has received numerous awards, and this darker version is equally stunning. Great in a deluxe Caipirinha!

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User Reviews of the Weber Haus Gold Cachaça

Not for caipirinha

Thaís NOT to use in drinks. Just the silver one is good for caipirinha.

9th June 2016

Amazing cachaça!!!

I've been trying to get a bottle for quite some time! It's a brilliant cachaça!
It's a great sipping cachaça and putting this in a caipirinha is possibly the worst idea in the world!!
It's like putting lemonade in a Glenmorangie 18.
I really hope you get this cachaça back in stock!

16th March 2016

understand about Cachaça!

This is one of the best cachaça in the world. Who use cachaça just to make caipirinha can not understand the value of this fantastic distilled.
aged two years in oak barrels and one in balsam. Amazing!

14th April 2015


Aged to the point where it is unrecognisable as a cachaca. Utterly pointless, overly expensive and smells like an oak wardrobe. Avoid

5th March 2015

NOT good in a caipirinha

This is purely a sipping cachaça - it is INCREDIBLY oakey, verging on the ridiculous and, while it's pretty smooth, it lacks in complexity and the flavours simply do not hold up in a caipirinha at all - they are completely overpowered. It's like they've taken everything that makes cachaça interesting and delicious, and aged it out of it!! Weird.

11th February 2014

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