In late May cachaça made headlines when beverage giant 
Diageo purchased a Brazil-based maker of what has become that country’s patio-friendly national spirit. Now that summer and more al fresco opportunities lie ahead in North America, a growing number of drinks professionals are wondering what to do with cachaça — and even what it really is.
 Cachaça is thought widely to be like rum, but different. That difference, although sometimes more semantic than ...

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