TAG related articles "caju":


Non-alcoholic, clarified, sterilized and made from cashew-fruit juice, with a yellowy-amber colour from the caramelization of the juice’s natural sugars, cajuína is a traditional drink in Northeast Brazil. Produced and consumed in the states of Maranhão, Ceará and Piauí.

Tito Silva Cashew Winery (João Pessoa, PB)

Founded by journalist Tito Henrique da Silva in the city of João Pessoa, Paraíba in 1892, the Fábrica de Vinhos de Caju Tito Silva (Tito Silva Cashew Winery) was the nation’s oldest and largest cashew wine producer, a beverage that was popular in the Northeast for a long time.