Paullinia Cupana var. Sorbilis
Warana is a mythical and mystical plant from the Amazonian forest and a treasure for the Sateré Mawé people who have been conserving its secrets for thousands of years. Rich in guaranine and trace elements, Warana is a physical and cerebral energizer; it helps concentration and vigilance.
The Warana of the Sateré Mawé Indigenous People is described by oenologists as having the bitterness of dandelion and the consistency of chestnut. It sharpens the senses, as ancient tastes know how to do, and potentiates the virtues of the foods with which it is associated.
The Sateré Mawé Indigenous People are historically the only ones to possess the ancestral know-how and are the inventors of the technique of Warana domestication within the framework of their own rituals, enabling them to manage their natural and cultural heritage with the greatest respect for traditions. Guardians of the world Warana Gene Bank, the Sateré Mawé benefit from the Denominação de Origem (equivalent to French AOC).
The bitterness of dandelion with the consistency of chestnut. Subtle refreshing smoky notes that delight the taste buds. Prominent, authentic flavours.