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How to Make a Caipirinha - Our Recipe

How do I make a Caipirinha?  Recipe for a Caipirinha

 Winter Wallop
1 lime cut up and crushed
1 or 2 tablespoon(s) of sugar
- crush the lime and sugar together to make a syrupy mix -
1 to 2 shots of cachaça (spelled cachaça in English)
- add the liquor to the mix and combine -
about a half cup of cracked ice cubes with water
Cachaça is available in large liquor stores but vodka may be substituted if cachaça cannot be found

- A pretty girl or two adds extra spice -

Caipirinha made with snow from the New York Blizzard of 2005
Caipirinha is known as the Brazilian National Drink.
How to make a Caipirinha Winter Wallop! Recipe! click it to see below - also recipe for Pao de Queijo link below

Special Guests Thaissa and Thacila From Brazil

Saturday, On a Snowy New York January Evening - The Winter Wallop of 2005 Birthday Party

Also see our other Recipes at Black Tie White Glove
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Caipirinha Recipe with Cachaca

January 22, 2005

How to make Pao de Queijo

Brazilian Cheese Bread AKA Brazilian cheese rolls at BlackTieWhiteGlove.com

More about Cachaca (cachaça)

 It's a Brazilian liquor made from distilled sugar cane juice.   Many Brazilians make their own and it really is a "white lightning". 

Rum, cachaca's cousin, is distilled from the extract of sugar cane which is molasses. Cachaca is distilled directly from the juice of the unrefined sugar cane. The juice is fermented in a wood or copper barrels, then boiled down to form a concentrate. Cachaca is distilled so that fragrance of sugar cane and a rum like flavor are maintained.

Cachaca (cachaça) is also known as Aguardente in Brazil Caipirinha is pronounced kai-pee-reen-ya (kai as in kayak)Cachaca (cachaça) is pronounced ka-shaa-suh. The vodka Brazilian version of a Caipirinha is called a caipivodka but no self respecting Brazilian would use vodka if Cachaca (cachaça) is available

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