Charanda is a Mexican spirit protected by a ‘Denominacion de Origen’ (D.O.) and produced in the state of Michoacán in western central Mexico. The Pacheco family has been making Charanda, also known as ‘Guarapo’, for more than 11 years. The Casa Terasco distillery is located in the city of Uruapan. The Sol Terasco range is made from local sugar cane. It has no added sugar.
A great spirit is a pure and undisturbed representation of raw material, capturing not just the flavor, but a sense of its place of origin. Paranubes Rum is made by wild fermenting the fresh pressed juice of sugarcane grown without pesticide or fertilizer in the rich soil of master distiller Jose Luis Carrera’s farm. Distilled to proof with no additives, this rum - or aguardiente de caña as it's known regionally, is exactly what you would find lost in the cloud forest of the Sierra Mazateca mountains of Oaxaca, Mexico.