The Velho Barreiro Distillery
The history of the Velho Barreiro Distillery begins in 1909 with the founding of the sugarcane brandy Tatuzinho in a suburb of Sao Paulo in Brazil. The company invested early in better production capabilities. The distillery is now one of the largest manufacturers in Brazil. The Cachaça Velho Barreiro is exported worldwide.
Despite the high production volume, the Cachaça Velho Barreiro Silver is stored for one year in wooden barrels of the rose Jequitiba wood for refinement. Aromas of fresh sugarcane and bananas form the basis for the unmistakable flavor of the Velho Barreiro Silver. Slightly sweet, it lies on the palate and leaves on the departure of an aromatic experience that hardly any other cachaça of this class has to offer. But not only in purgenusses lie the strengths of the Velho Barreiro Silver. The Velho Barreiro Silver is ideal for classic cocktails like the Caipirinha, Batidas or the Latin Lover. It is a cachaça with a very high recognition value.
The Cachaça Velho Barreiro Gold is one of the stored cachaças. For a full 3 years, the cachaça is stored in barrels made from the Brazilian wood Rose Jequitiba. The golden color of the Velho Barreiro Gold is due to this special wood. Aromas of sugarcane juice, bananas and peaches characterize his taste. He is very soft, mild and wholesome. The Velho Barreiro Gold is a cachaça that stands out from the crowd and surprises. In many restaurants he is often recognized as a digestive and used. In cocktails, its flavors leave room for the flavors of the other ingredients and still stand out.