Cachaca – A taste from Brazil


It’s been a while since the last cocktail post and with Christmas so very close it’s time for another. Today is the turn of the Caipirinha.

Now the national drink of Brazil the Caipirinha, meaning ‘country peasant’ was once drunk by those working in the sugar cane fields.

This is one of those drinks I don’t make very often, but when I do after the first taste you always wonder why the hell not !

Caipirinha

2 shots of Cachaca
1 lime – cut into cubes
3 teaspoons of caster sugar

Muddle all of the ingredients together in a shaker. Add cubed ice and shake hard until the ice is all broken.  Pour into a glass and top up with more ice.

Why not stick a bottle of Cachaca on your Christmas list this year. Hopefully if you are not on Santa’s naughty list he will be generous and you can treat yourself to something different.

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Delicious.

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