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Celebrate Easter with a delightful cachaça and chocolate mousse recipe by Rodrigo Oliveira, chef patron of Mocotó Restaurant, in São Paulo.  Rodrigo is one of the most celebrated young chefs in Brazil. Having turned his family-owned local restaurant into what

Cachaca, Brazil’s most popular drink, is woven into the history of the nation, having bolstered the colonial economy and provoked the first rebellion against the Portuguese.    And although cachaca was first made before rum, it was only early this century

The spirit cachaça combines two very different beasts; artisanal cachaça and industrial cachaça.  There are colossal differences between the two types of cachaca which result in an unmistakeable contrast in aroma, body and taste.  As Abelha is an artisanal cachaça,

Holiday season is just around the corner and the festive feeling is taking over us! And what a better way to celebrate with friends and family  than with a tasty and creative drink? Our very own christmas caipirinha is a

It is common knowledge that cachaça comes from sugar cane and it is the main ingredient for Brazil´s most celebrated cocktail, the caipirinha. However, when you see Abelha Cachaça bottles standing tall at a bar one can´t begin to imagine