Charanda

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Charanda is an alcoholic liquor derived from sugar cane,[1] similar to rum.

Typically the drink is associated with the state of Michoacán in Mexico, in particular the Tarascan-populated areas in the vicinity of Uruapan. The flavor is a buttery sweet, similar to vanilla and is usually served at room temperature.

Charanda comes in many brands just like any other distilled spirit. Some of the most popular are Charanda Tres Extra Reposado, Charanda Tarasco Blanco, Charanda Tarasco Reposado, Charanda Tarasco Añejo, and Charanda Uruapan Blanco.

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