cachaça

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noun ca·cha·ça \kə-ˈshä-sə\

Definition of cachaça

  1. :  a Brazilian liquor distilled from sugarcane

Recent Examples of cachaça from the Web

  • There are plenty to call out, from the Hug A Wild Cat (cachaca, pisco, El Jimador Blanco with gooseberry jam and kumquat) to the Cocktail à la Louisiane (Johnny Walker Gold Reserve, oat husk infusion, absinthe and that voodoo smoke again).

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Origin and Etymology of cachaça

Brazilian Portuguese


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