Charanda is a Mexican origin spirit that's usually from central Mexico and made from sugar cane. The word means “red colored soil,” describing the plant's iron rich soils. This Charanda Blanco from Uruapan is made from both fresh cane juice and molasses. Coming from the state of Michoacán, this rum combines the darker savory notes in molasses-based rums with the tropical grassy notes of agricoles. It makes a delicious daiquiri, but is best neat. Absorb all those aromas.