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Cedilla Liqueur De Acai

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Created from Acai, the Berry that Cries, Lebon Cedilla is expertly blended by Master Distiller Gilles Merlet at the Maison Leblon in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Sambazon Acai berries from the...
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Created from Acai, the Berry that Cries, Lebon Cedilla is expertly blended by Master Distiller Gilles Merlet at the Maison Leblon in Minas Gerais, Brazil. Sambazon Acai berries from the Amazon are hand-picked and macerated and blended with high quality cachaca, resulting in a bold fruit-forward liqueur with complex berry, chocolate and spice notes. Drink neat, over ice, with soda, or as an accent to your favorite cocktail.. New to the U.S. market, Cedilla is made by infusing cachaca with acai berries grown in the Amazon region. Intense, plummy color with a sweet grape-soda aroma and flavor balanced out by a tartness on the finish and a faint cinnamon note. It goes down easy straight up, but would also be good mixed with sparkling wine or gin-or possibly cachaca. - K.N. Liquor

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