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Cachaça (not slickly speaking a rum) adds distinctive grassy notes to this three 'rum' Daiquiri. Try swapping out the cachaça for rhum agricole and indeed
A fruit cup is just not as fruity when made with any other spirit – yes cachaça is distilled from fermented sugar cane juice rather than fruit, but
If you are European or in North America you're probably used to this drink being served with crushed ice, but until you have tried it with cubed ice you
A cachaça sour given additional bittersweet herbal depth of flavour by a dash of fernet.
A splash of cachaça adds some Latin flavour, lime adds a citrusy bite while a splash of fresh cream makes this Piña Colada creamy white.
Minty fresh pineapple transports the Caipirinha into the realm of tropical drinks.
For information on the history and other variations of the Caipirinha, please see our Caipirinha cocktail page.
Flavours of grape, both fresh and in the wine, transform the humble Caipirinha into a Caipirinha D'uva.
Cachaça, Bison Grass vodka and manzanilla sherry combine harmoniously and are freshened with mint and lime in this refreshing cocktail.
Fruity and tropical. A tall refreshing drink for a hot evening or an afternoon beside the pool.
A fruity version of the popular Brazilian drink.
Cachaça based and bittersweet with orange accents and Fernet Branca contributing subtle bitterness.
Citrus enlivens this lightly herbal cachaça cocktail.
Reminiscent of an orange influenced Caipirinha.
Bittersweet and complex with underlying cachaça character. Perfect as an aperitivo.
Rust coloured and bittersweet with cachaça and elderflower.
Cachaça leads with basil and Chartreuse herbal notes, zesty lime and agave richness.
Cachaça, lime and elderflower with a smoky hit of Islay whisky.
A bittersweet aperitif combining gentian herbal complexity with attractive coffee, cachaça and calvados spirituous notes.
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