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0nly had some Pitu [same as the brand you show] at the local grab. I have read about this drink an decided to give it a go. It is 'tart', but not too much to make it a deal breaker. The only 'raw' sugar I could find locally was a coarse grain Turbinado Cane Sugar and of course the garden variety limes. On the net have found where folks use lemons but don't think that lemons are the 'real deal'...any way thanks for the recipe and photos.
Recipe for a Caipirinha cocktail - the famous cachaca drink from Brazil
No, it must be made from cachaca. For example, when made with vodka it is called a "Caipiroska". I think any sour citrus can make up the fruit part though and there is always a discussion of what a lemon or lime actually describes and it depends on the country you are in.
so a caipriniha can be made w/any fruit or liquor, and still be called a caipriniha unlike a marguerita has to have tequila, or some drinks have to have gin.like an authentic Martini, unless it is a vodka martini, a Harvey Wallbanger is orange juice and Galiano... made with vodka it is a screwdriver.... or a brandy alexander should use brandy... or those drinks made w/rum that have different names depending on the mixers.... what is in a name..... as once stated "a rose by any other name is still a rose"
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