By Ciara Long, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – In the center of Rio’s bustling nightlife area, the neon-lit Lapa, painted sugar canes criss-cross over the shutters the newly-opened bar and cultural centre, Cachaça Social Club. Just a few minutes’ walk away from Lapa’s iconic arches, the bar hopes to bring cachaça’s culture and history to the area’s visitors.
Opening in late January, Cachaça Social Club has been around for just three months. But its lively tales of cachaça’s history, plus its innovative cocktails and award-winning, homemade . . .