Museu da Cachaça
Museu da Cachaça Review
It's a toss-up for whether coffee or cachaça is Brazil's national drink. This museum just west of Fortaleza offers tastings of the latter after you tour the plant and learn about the history of this liquor made from sugarcane juice that has been fermented and distilled; most notably, cachaça is the primary ingredient for the caipirinha, widely considered as Brazil's national cocktail. In the tavern you can see a 98,736-gallon wooden barrel, the largest in the world. The museum is located inside the I-Park, which has a variety of fun activities, from paddleboats to a climbing wall.
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