Amburana (Amburana cearensis) is also known as Brazilian oak, named after the country from which the majority of Amburana trees are grown. It is a wood commonly associated with the aging of a Brazilian spirit, Cachaça, a sugarcane spirit similar to rum. Amburana tends to reduce acidity in a beverage, highlighting more beverage flavor while contributing its own sweet and savory flavors of gingerbread and vanilla. Herbal notes of thyme can also be detected
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