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BRAZILIAN FLAVOR

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MALANDRA

Malandra means a free-spirited woman, who is adventurous, fun, strong, sassy and is not afraid to defy preconceptions.

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Brazilian Portuguese

MALANDRAS

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MALANDRA

CRYSTAL

Want a break to the sunny side of life? Just open this bottle. Malandra Crystal brings fruity notes and makes you feel like chilling in a Brazilian beach.

Stored for 1 and half years

Brazilian Cariniana Cask

Transparent color

Notes of lime and coconut

Soft and fresh taste

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

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LAKRIE K.

I once had the pleasure of tasting both at a fair for spirits. The Cachaça Oak is deeper and more differentiated than the Christal. Also good to enjoy pure. Definitely recommendable!

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ANTONIA R.

Malandra Cachaca is my worst kept secret, and I have loved it since the beginning of the year! Simply delicious and the best of everything - a sustainable and women-led brand! I would give more stars if I could!

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MIA S.

We got to know the label at a Berlin trade fair and ordered a few bottles directly. At a cocktail evening for our friends, everyone was really impressed. Definitely something special and authentic Brazilian.

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MALANDRA

OAK

What happens when Brazil meets Europe? This surprising cachaça has the answer. The fresh taste of sugarcane blends with cherry and vanilla notes to create a unique combination. 

Stored for 2 and half years

Brazilian Cariniana and

European Oak

Light yellow color

Notes of cherry, vanilla, and oak

Soft and intense taste

IN THE PRESS

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ONCE UPON A TIME

The creation of cachaça

The first batch of cachaça was produced around 1516 at the Brazilian coast. This makes cachaça the oldest spirit from Latin America, being older than Pisco, Rum, and Tequila.