Five places to drink cachaça in Curitiba

Five places to drink cachaça in Curitiba

Today is National Cachaça Day, a distillate that represents Brazilian plurality, with unique flavors and infinite versatility for combinations and forms of consumption. Pure, chilled, in drinks or dishes, aged in wood or white, cachaça is from Brazil and deserves to be valued! Check out five places selected by Good Gourmet where cachaça is celebrated every day and enjoy!


Since 2017 raising the flag for cachaça in the Historic Center of Curitiba, the casual and tropical cocktail bar Ananã has been offering the national spirit in the most creative ways imaginable. Focusing on Brazilian ingredients, the drinks menu, signed by mixologist and owner Karin Kaudi, offers several original options and reinterpretations based on cachaça, such as the house’s flagship Madame Furacão (R$ 18), which combines cachaça balsam, passion fruit , Grenadine, orange and lemon. The famous Rabo de Galo, more alcoholic and dry, is also present on the menu: white cachaça, Cynar, white port and Angostura (R$ 26). There are also cocktails that mix cachaça with coffee, such as Wave (amburana and chestnut cachaças, cold brew from Manifesto Coffee and coconut, R$ 20), and even a reinterpretation of quentão with “marvada”: That’s Hot, which contains rosé wine, white cachaça, Cataia, Grenadine and spices. The menu includes four Shot options (R$ 12), including Macunaíma (white cachaça, Fernet and lemon) and Rabicho (balsam cachaça and Cynar), as well as 20 artisanal cachaças to taste, divided between Sweet, Floral, Fruity, Spiced , Woody and Acidic.

Ananã is located at Rua Inácio Lustosa, 341 – São Francisco. @ananacoqueteis

Jabuti Bar

For 25 years in the same corner house from the 1950s, hidden in Água Verde, Jabuti Bar has been serving, since its opening, in addition to nationally known artisanal cachaças, homemade options that have already become classics. They are the famous Liqueurs, in jabuticaba, banana, cherry and chocolate variations. Produced in the bar itself, they undergo a maturation period of up to six months before being served very cold, which guarantees a creamy texture to the drink. One of the most traditional bars in Curitiba, Jabuti offers feijoada on Saturdays and a very complete menu of bar food, including the delicious Pão com Bolinho (French bread, meat dumpling, sautéed tomato and onion with cheese), winner in the category for Popular Nomination at the 2023 Bom Gourmet Awards.

Jabuti Bar is located at Rua Professor Assis Gonçalves, 1506 – Água Verde. @jabutibar

The Cachaceiro

Created by Giovani Daga, a gastronomy entrepreneur and cachaça producer since 2017, the bar O Cachaceiro, in Campo Comprido, was created to make Daga Bebidas’ production of fine liqueurs and aged organic cachaças available to the public. Made with natural fruit juice and without the addition of artificial ingredients, Daga liqueurs are available in the flavors jabuticaba, passion fruit, lemongrass, lemon with honey, Daga Fire (cinnamon) and Jambeijo (jambu, cinnamon, allspice and spices) – the The first dose of any of them is on the house! The bar also offers a varied selection of national cachaças, including those made in-house: oak (also in five and ten year old versions), amburana and cataia. There is also a menu of drinks based on cachaça, such as Max’s Rabo de Galo (cachaça aged in amburana, banana liqueur, vermouth and mint, R$19) and the Brazilian Cosmopolitan reinterpretation (white cachaça, orange liqueur, juice lemon and cranberry syrup, R$26). Bar food, sandwiches and coffees complete the menu at Cachaceiro, which is open every day.

Cachaceiro is located at Rua Eduardo Sprada, 4930 – Campo Comprido. @ocachaceirocwb


Inaugurated at the beginning of the year, the new venture of restaurateur Beto Madalosso drinks from the fountain in traditional Brazilian bars. To eat, the menu includes free feijoada on Saturdays, PFs for lunch and irresistible bar snacks, such as pancetta cracklings, oxtail dumplings and jaguar meat. To drink, Sambiquira offers classic drinks (Rabo de Galo, Negroni, Fernet with Coca, among others), caipirinhas (cachaça or vodka) and a menu of more than 30 types of artisanal cachaças from all parts of Brazil, with prices ranging from R$ 9 to R$ 45. The cachaça menu is, in fact, the item in the room that most attracts customers’ attention: the labels and prices are available on a black board with yellow mounting letters, typical of the old sales and warehouses, awakening affectionate memories and awakening the desire to drink that pinguinha to whet your appetite.

Sambiquira is located at Rua Visconde do Rio Branco, 1199 – Centro. @sambiquiracuritiba

Cachaça Temple

The Temple of Cachaça does not have this name for nothing: there are more than 2 thousand cachaça labels distributed in a three-story hall, with more than 900 m². The windows decorated with stained glass and the wide entrance doors further reinforce the feeling of being in a true drinking sanctuary. Opened in March, by Orlando Osmar Regis, founder of Cachaçaria Regui Brasil, from Curitiba, the Temple of Cachaça brings together the owner’s collection of 9,000 labels in a museum located in the basement of the store. The visit is guided by the family themselves, who keep a miniature still in the space to demonstrate the cachaça production process. In addition to tasting cachaças in the traditional format, signature drinks made with the distillate are available at Drinkafé, created by mixologist Cissa Mariah, also responsible for curating accessories and utensils for professional bartenders that can also be found at Templo.

The Cachaça Temple is located at Avenida Senador Salgado Filho, 3156 – Uberaba. @templodacachaca

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