Caipirinha is Brazil’s national cocktail. Not only you can find it in any Brazilian restaurant but it also works as our most talented worldwide ambassador. The true Caipirinha uses Cachaça, Brazil’s version of Rum, distilled from the juice of the sugar cane. And the best thing about Cachaça is that it’s a name made to be pronounced when drunk! (sounds like car-sha-sir, or ka-cha-cha if your are really legless).
This is my second video on how to make a Caipirinha. The first one was one of our first videos and it looks quite a lot worse. Plus this one really shows how simple and quick the whole thing is. If you have all the ingredients to hand you can make a Caipirinha is less than 40 seconds.