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MUDDLE lime wedges and grapes in base of shaker to release juices. Add cachaça and sugar. SHAKE with 6oz scoop crushed ice and pour all without straining into glass.
A grape juice laced twist on the Caipirinha.
Use pitted cherries instead of grapes.
Created by Dale DeGroff, New York, USA.
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1. Cut lime in half (from pole to pole) and slice on half into 3-4mm thick half-moon shaped segments and drop into the base of a robust rocks glass.
MUDDLE cucumber and basil in base of shaker. Add next four ingredients, SHAKE with ice and fine strain into ice-filled glass. TOP with ginger ale.
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