STIR honey with cachaça in the base of shaker to dissolve honey. Add other ingredients, SHAKE with ice and strain into ice-filled glass.
Simple but effective. Use quality cachaça and honey and you'll have a great drink.
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Cut kiwi in half and scoop flesh into blender. Add other ingredients and BLEND with 18oz scoop crushed ice until smooth. Serve with straws.
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