A little taste of Brazil and Espírito de Minas
The cachaça had already fallen in popular taste a long time ago. Now loaded with prejudice against the most popular classes, rocked by the patriotism of those who drank the legitimate Brazilian drink. But one peck in the glass was enough to understand the passion and there was no one who could resist it.
Little by little, with the care of those who knew the flavor of a drink so rich in flavors and aromas, the cachaça was taking new paths. Carrying traces perceptible to the true alembic artists, who saw the art in the sugar cane distillate, in the small town of São Tiago, in the mining pathways of Campos das Vertentes, a delicious recipe was created. Espírito de Minas emerged.
Inspired, from name to essence, by Minas Gerais soul.
A drink as mineira as Brazilian, each drop carries a bit of history and culture. It has a name inspired by a poem and a label that depicts the iconic facade of the São Francisco de Assis church in Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais.
Taking culture at its source since creation. And like the art of Minas Gerais, the drink spread throughout Brazil carrying the soul of its land. Discovering and drinking from new sources with more poetry, literature, art and everything that comes from the Brazilian imagination.
A cachaça so full of history and culture could only serve as inspiration for different artists. Espírito de Minas Ouro Cachaça brings the acclaimed traditional Espírito de Minas, reserved especially in selected oak barrels, with longer aging. The labels were illustrated by five great Brazilian artists who reimagined the traditional packaging, with the iconic image of the church of São Francisco de Assis, located in Ouro Preto (MG).
Among the great names of Brazilian culture to sign the labels of the Espírito de Minas Ouro are Aldemir Martins, Cláudio Tozzi, Elifas Andreato, Ivald Granato and Newton Mesquita.