Cachaça is a distilled spirit made from sugarcane juice and a national product of Brazil, best known as an ingredient in the Caipirinha cocktail. It is one of the main products of the state of Ceará.
Originally a family of Portuguese origin, the Telles family migrated to Ceará a couple of centuries ago, settling on a farm at the bottom of the Maranguape mountain, where they started producing the liquor. This farm has been transformed into a museum, which tells the history of the family and about cachaça production. You can also view various objects and machinery that were part of this story, and see the barrels in which you can get liquor to this day.
Visitors can enjoy the beautiful landscape of the farm on a bicycle or buggy ride.