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Brazilian rum Cachaca differs from rum in that it is made from cane juice and not from molasses like regular rum. However, most Caribbean rums are made from cane juice and the taste of molasses is given an artificial sweetener. If rum is still made from molasses, it is usually imported from Brazil. Controversial views on the classification of cachac among rums therefore seem inadequate. The fantastic Cachaca 51, for example, fits perfectly into a caipirinha cocktail. Such a Sagatiba Pura is officially described as "exceptional" by the beverage testing institute. Sagatiba also means "endless saga". If you like rum, be sure not to miss the cachacu. It is popular not only in Brazil, but also in European countries. ...find out more to hide