Cachaca is a distilled spirit made from fermented sugarcane juice, which is then distilled into the beloved Brazilian beverage. 

Most of the fine cachaças are aged in wooden barrels for at least a year, many for as long as three or four years and some for as long as seven to ten years., which yields a cachaça with a smoother taste while, at the same time, imparting a yellowish or caramel color. Many Cachacas are processed with herbs a other flavoring components such as anise, various herbs and even tree twigs with leaves (such as olive) to give distinct after tones produced by the flavoring component. 

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