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The idea of drinking a caipirinha on a white sand beach has helped make Brazil an attractive destination for vacationers—but reaching the South American country isn't the easiest.
This canned and carbonated blend of cachaça, real sugar, and lime manages to serve up the bright, sweet limey flavors of a crisp caipirinha without having to muddle and shake it up on the spot.
Sample a caipirinha on National Cachaça Day at Texas de Brazil.
Hearty traditional stews and small plates fill this menu, along with a cocktail menu full of Brazilian favorites like the caipirinha.
There are also new popsicle takes on classic cocktails such as the caipirinha, pisco sour and daiquiri.
Officially known as Brazil's nation cocktail, the caipirinha is made with cachaça, a clear spirit derived from raw sugarcane that's similar to rum, only a bit smokier.
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Origin and Etymology of caipirinha
First Known Use: 1973See Words from the same year
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