A different Brazilian Cocktail


Everybody knows the ‘Caipirinha’ by now. It’s the the drinks menu of not only Brazilian bars, but most modern bars of any denomination. So now that our national drink has taken over the world, I went in search of a few different options to teach you.

I visited Guanabara – London’s premiere Brazilian live music venue – and got the 2 best barman in the house to prepare us a couple of Brazilian cocktails with a difference. Check out this recipe for ‘Riotini’ (a Martini made with Passion Fruit and Cachaça) and ‘Strawberry Caipirinha’, a lighter, fruitier version of the old favourite.

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4 Responses to "A different Brazilian Cocktail"

  1. daniela says:

    Hi,

    What is the name of the song used for the background music of this video?

    Obrigada!

  2. Jaimie says:

    I have seen many sites before and most of them do not look this good. I cannot wait to let my friends know about this site. Thanks for the excellent content….

  3. Alice Snively says:

    When making a Caipirinha, do the limes need to be room temp or chilled? The several attempts I have made to make this drink were nothing short of a disaster. Always tastes bitter.

    Help!

    Thanks

  4. Sunshine says:

    I’m not sure what it’s called Daniela but it’s definitely by Vanessa da Mata.

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