The adufe is a Portuguese musical instrument that can be classified as a quadrangular membrane tambourine. Inside, seeds or small soils are placed in order to enrich the sound. This adufe has 25cm of side. It is built in Portugal by the César workshop (MMG).
The traditional MMG instruments (Oficina César) are made by handcrafted processes. Many of the instruments that come out of Oficina César can be found in the popular festivities and pilgrimages that take place in every corner of Portugal. MMG also produces traditional wooden toys.