The Most famous Cocktails : Caipirinha


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As promised before, I would be happy to bring you some most famous cocktails every week, as far as possible.

The cocktail recipe of this week is Caipirinha.  It is actually from Brazil. Caipirinha is the most widely consumed cocktail in Brazil. It is made from Cachaça, the most common alcohol drink in Brazil. Cachaça is a kind of Rum made from Sugarcane.

Caipirinha has been getting popular around the world in recent years. There are a number of variations of it, found in Brazil. Like, if you substitue Cachaça with a common Rum it would be called “Caipirissima” and if you put vodka instead of Cachaça, it would then be called as “Caipiroska”.

INGREDIENTS

2 cl Rum

2 cl Vodka

2 cl White Tequila

2 cl Gin

2 cl Orange Juice

Cola as per taste

PREPARATION

Step 1. Shake all the above-mentioned ingredients along with 2 ice cubes for around 10 seconds.

Step 2. Put more 3 ice cubes in a glass. Pour the shaken mixture on the glass through a Strainer.

Step 3. Fill the glass with Cola.

Step 4. Finally, garnish the drink as you like, a lemon slice would be great. Serve now with a straw.

Related

Wienmandu’s Recipe

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~ by wienmandu on July 20, 2008.

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  6. this is not the right recipe.

  7. nice

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