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Açai fruit and Cachaça Jam – Organic

kr 129,00

200 g

The exotic taste of the açaí berry mixed with the freshness of the cachaça creates a surprising and delicious jam. Used by Michelin restaurants and some of the world’s best chefs.

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The exotic taste of the açaí fruit blended with the cachaça freshness creates a surprising and delicious jam.

  • Natural and organic
  • Preservatives free, Allergen free 
  • Non-GMO
  • Vegan
  • And, of course, with lots of flavor!

Jams with Brazilian flavor to surprise you!

*Cachaça is a liquor (national liquor of Brazil) made of sugar cane, quite similar to rum. It is often used in Caipirinha which is lime, sugar and cachaça. Caipirinha can also be made without sugar and lime with our Amazon Secret Cupuaçu & Lime.  

Chef’s Tips:

Daring, level I (Humm, very good indeed!)
Use it diluted with a little bit of water as a sauce for pates… just divine with foie gras!!

Daring, level II (Isn’t that exquisite?)
Why not serve as a spicy topping on ice cream?

Daring, level III (God in heaven, sensational!)
This one is a killer! Serve as sauce with a little bit of rosemary when cooking lamb chops!




Arguably the most Brazilian liquor of all, cachaça is a sugarcane distilled beverage. One can only call it cachaça if it has been produced in Brazil. Its alcoholic content varies between 38% e 48%. Many chefs love to use it to give flavor to sauces and desserts, and to flambé meat.


Made in
Today the most relevant States producing cachaça by volume are: Pernambuco, São Paulo, Ceará, Minas Gerais and Paraíba.



Net weight:
200 g (7.05 oz)


Organic acai pulp, organic Demerara sugar, cachaça*, citric acid*, pectin*.
* Non-organic ingredients – GLUTEN FREE.



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Weight 0.25 kg
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