Traditional product of Piauí, but also very popular in Ceará and Maranhão, this non-alcoholic drink obtained from fresh cashew apple juice captures one’s attention first for its attractive golden color. In the artisanal production method, the tannin is separated from the juice with the help of powdered gelatin. Then, the liquid is sieved several times, bottled and cooked in a water bath, to caramelize the sugar. Served ice cold, it helps to fight the heat. In May 2014, the production of cajuína in Piauí was included in the Brazilian Cultural Heritage record kept by Iphan (Brazilian Historical and Artistic Heritage Institute).