Pitú group Undeberg

Pitú is an Aguardente de cana that originated in Brazil. It is distilled beginning with the best and the purest cane sugar and is produced using the most advanced technologies. Every bottle of Pitú contains a minimum of five kilograms of cane sugar.

Pitú has a strong connection to the Brazilian territory since cachaça is the most popular drink among Brazilians. Moreover, the name Pitú comes from the name of a large red prawn that is typically found in the rivers of northeastern Brazil. Pitú is the leader in the exportation of cachaça in the world and is present in over 40 countries.