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New Santo Grau Classics

The pursuit for new flavors and experiences, still respecting what is traditional. This is what motivated us to create one more new Santo Grau product. In order to continue adding value to the cachaça made by the best small sugarcane mills and tap into the diversity of our labels, we partnered with Bar Original, one of the most traditional botecos of São Paulo, to take on a challenge together: to recreate classic cocktails of world mixology with Santo Grau cachaças. Thanks to the diversity of our portfolio, which has distinctive features due to its terroir, and includes white, mildly aged and aged chachaças, we were able to achieve balance and harmonize them perfectly with famous international cocktails.


Frajola de Souza, a bartender who has been working at Astor and Subastor for 16 years, was in charge of the menu. The choice of original cocktails – world classics that are successful in Brazil – was the starting point in the creation of each cocktail. Whisky Sour, Negroni, Bloody Mary, Mojito, Gin Tonic, Moscow Mule, Manhattan, French 75 had their bases replaced with cachaça and gave birth to the #NewClassics. The diversity of Santo Grau’s portfolio was the key to the menu’s success. Whereas a cachaça like Solera Cinco Botas, which is aged in oak casks that were used to store Sherry wine, was a perfect replacement for whisky in the classic Whisky Sour and Manhattan cocktails, Santo Grau Coronel Xavier Chaves – a pure cachaça not aged in wood – outstandingly took on the role of vodka in the classic Bloody Mary.


“I really liked the Cachaça Sour. Sugarcane molasses and lime stroke optimum balance. Bloody Mary, on the other hand, came as a surprise. To me, it tastes better than the classic version of the cocktail when we replace the vodka.” 

Frajola Souza, bartender


And if you want to venture into the cocktail shaker, you can find the recipes for each #NewClassics below



  • Santo Grau Solera Cinco Botas Cachaça
  • Egg whites
  • Tahiti-lime juice
  • Sugarcane molasses

The Whisky after which this cocktail was named – Whisky Sour – was left out and Santo Grau Solera Cinco Botas was used in its stead. This cachaça, made in the city of Itirapuã, is a rare sugarcane mill cachaça aged in the traditional Solera method, in oak casks that were used to store the Oloroso Sherry Wine. But this recipe’s most startling ingredient remains steadfastly present – the egg white.



  • Santo Grau Solera Pedro Ximenes Cachaça
  • Campari
  • Red Vermouth

Negroni, whose original recipe includes gin, harmonized perfectly with Santo Grau Solera Pedro Ximenes, from the city of Itirapuã – a cachaça aged in the traditional Solera method in oak casks that were used to store the Pedro Ximenes Sherry Wine, which lends an even more special flavor to our version of this cocktail.



  • Santo Grau Pirajá Cachaça
  • Tonic water
  • Mandarin-lime juice

The gin used in the original recipe yielded to Santo Grau Pirajá, a classic cachaça that is not aged in wood, made at the Paraty sugarcane mill, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. The result is a Cachaça & Tonic, an extremely refreshing cocktail that carries the elegance of simplicity.



  • Santo Grau Coronel Xavier Chaves Cachaça
  • Tomato juice
  • Lime juice
  • Worcester sauce
  • Hot sauce drops
  • Salt

Tomato juice, Worcester sauce, hot sauce and salt are the base of this world-famous cocktail. The vodka used in the original recipe yielded to Santo Grau Coronel Xavier Chaves, a classic cachaça from the state of Minas Gerais made in a privileged terroir, 100% pure and not aged in wood. The result is certain to win new fans.



  • Pirajá Velha Guarda Cachaça
  • Fresh spearmint leaves
  • Lime juice
  • Almond syrup
  • Club soda

An extremely traditional and one of the most tropical and refreshing cocktails on our list is made with rum, a typical drink from Cuba. In the new classics, it was replaced with Santo Grau Pirajá Velha Guarda, made in the Paraty sugarcane mill, in the state of Rio de Janeiro. It is aged in carefully chosen oak casks. This combination lent all the charm of Rio’s cachaça to this Caribbean cocktail.



  • Santo Grau Itirapuã Cachaça
  • Lemon juice
  • Angostura bitters
  • Ginger ale

Vodka yielded to Santo Grau Itirapuã, made in the historical sugarcane mill in inland São Paulo, slightly wooded in oak casks. The glass used to serve Moscow Mule is definitely part of the cocktail. Although the copper mug was left out, we kept the mug – based on a typical Brazilian beer glass, the way we like to do it.



  • Santo Grau Solera Cinco Botas Cachaça
  • Red Vermouth
  • Angostura bitters
  • Orange Bitters
  • Amarena cherry

The original Manhattan was presumably invented in late 1800, which means almost 150 years of history and a long tradition. With Santo Grau Solera Cinco Botas instead of whisky, this cocktail was renewed but kept its personality. This combination was not accidental, inasmuch as this cachaça brings along a long history in its aging process, carried out in the traditional Solera method Solera in oak casks that were used to store the Oloroso Sherry wine.



  • Santo Grau Coronel Xavier Chaves Cachaça
  • Tahiti-lime juice
  • Sparkling wine

Created in France during the 1920s, French 75’s original recipe includes gin. It was replaced with Santo Grau Coronel Xavier Chaves, a classic cachaça from the state of Minas Gerais made in a privileged terroir, 100% pure and not aged in wood. This new version preserves the cocktail’s smooth and striking flavor.