The name means "Grogue sem methanol" - which can be translated
as "Grogue without methanol".
* Grogue Rustico
Different from the Grogue S.M., the sugar cane juice is not fermented
until the very end, so that there is a content of sugar of approximately
Talking about the "Barril", we are talking about a grogue
that has been kept in an oak barril. Through this method of storage the
ageing is faster and the oxidation of the grogue is higher than it is
with the usual storage in glas bottles.
The Barril Delicioso is a grogue that is destillated twice, and is filled
into an oak barril with a volume of about 80%. Because of the high volume
of alcohol the ageing is faster and the oxidation higher.
The production of the Barril Fortão (forte = portuguese for strong)
is exactely the same as the production of the Barril Delicioso.
*Likor de Laranja
This is strong Grogue to which we add fresh oranges out of our garden
and leave it for a while. Later we boil some sugar water and diluate the
"Orangegrogue" so it becomes drinkable.
*Mel de Cana de Açucar
Here the sweet, unfermented sugar cane juice coming directly from the press is heated and thickens in that way. You can either call it molasse or syrup.
...is a mixture of the sugar cane brandy and the molasse. The measurements of the mixture can be done according to your preferences.
*Vinagre de Cana de Açucar
After the fermentation we add Vinegar bacterias to the must. These bacterias transform the alcohol into vinegar and in the end you have a very aromatic sugar cane vinegar.
Our brand new product is fresh sugar cane juice, which we pasteurized
to make it maintainable.