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A compilation of the 20 best cachaça cocktails would not be complete without a Caipirinha, not only the classic, but one or two more fruity options. However, there’s more you can do with Brazil’s national spirit and it’s not all about muddling limes. The Lavarello and Rabo-de-Galo, for example, are two of my favourite stirred-down cocktails.

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ency 33 imageBatida RosaWith: Cachaça, soda, pineapple juice, lemon juice and grenadine syrup.We say: Fruity and tropical. A tall refreshing drink for a hot evening or an afternoon beside the pool.

ency 82 imageBerry CaipirinhaWith: Cachaça, lime, sugar, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and blueberries. We say: This berry-loaded Caipirinha is delicious.

ency 82 imageBitter in BrazilWith: Cachaça, orange curaçao liqueur, Punt e Mes, sugar syrup and Fernet Branca.We say: Bittersweet with orange accents and Fernet Branca contributing subtle bitterness.

ency 17 imageBrazil 66With: Cachaça, triple sec, orange juice, sugar syrup and lime juice.We say: Reminiscent of an orange influenced Caipirinha

ency 72 imageBrazuca RemedyWith: Cachaça, limoncello, runny honey, lime juice, Aperol, basil leaves and egg white.We say: Bittersweet and complex with underlying cachaça character. Perfect as an aperitivo.

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ency 32 imageCachaça Fruit Cup (Difford’s Cup No.10)With: Cachaça, orange curaçao liqueur, sweet vermouth, Angostura Aromatic Bitters, ginger ale and cola.We say: A fruit cup is just not as fruity when made with any other spirit – yes, cachaça is distilled from fermented sugar cane juice rather than fruit, but in this cocktail it seems to amplify fruity and sweet notes.

ency 87 imageCaipirinhaWith: Cachaça, lime and sugar. We say: You may have drunk a Caipirinha but have you tried one made the Brazilian way?

ency 28 imageCaneflowerWith: Cachaça, Aperol, and elderflower liqueur.We say: Rust-coloured and bittersweet with cachaça and elderflower.

ency 87 imageEdison’s MedicineWith: Cachaça, basil leaves, Yellow Chartreuse, lime juice, and agave syrup.We say: Cachaça leads with basil and Chartreuse herbal notes, zesty lime and agave richness.

ency 79 imageEsmeraldaWith: Cachaça, Islay single malt Scotch whisky, elderflower liqueur, lime juice and sugar syrup.We say: Cachaça, lime and elderflower with a smoky hit of Islay whisky.

ency 13 imageFernand x NandoWith: Cachaça, gentian liqueur (infused with coffee beans), calvados and aromatic bitters.We say: A bittersweet aperitif combining gentian herbal complexity with attractive coffee, cachaça and calvados spirituous notes.

ency 71 imageLavarelloWith: Cachaça, Aperol, Cynar, and chocolate bitters.We say: A riff on the Rabo-de-Gallo with bittersweet aperitivo in place of sweet vermouth.

ency 13 imageLemon BeatWith: Cachaça, lemon juice, and honey syrup.We say: Simple, but when made with a quality cachaça and raw honey syrup, then the Lemon Beat is delicious.

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ency 37 imageMacunaímaWith: Cachaça, lemon juice, sugar syrup, and fernet liqueur.We say: A Cachaça Sour given bittersweet herbal depth of flavour by a splash of fernet.

ency 10 imagePearl ButtonWith: Cachaça, Lillet Blanc, lime juice and lemonade.We say: Cachaça, Lillet Blanc and citrus combine in this dry, refreshing drink.

ency 31 imagePineapple & Mint CaipirinhaWith: Cachaça, pineapple, mint, lime and sugar.We say: Minty fresh pineapple transports the Caipirinha into the realm of tropical drinks.

ency 72 imagePineapple CaipirinhaWith: Cachaça, pineapple, lime and sugar.We say: Pineapple is so good in a Caipirinha that it justifies have two such cocktails in this compilation.

ency 68 imageRabo-de-GaloWith: Cachaça, sweet vermouth, amaro, and hopped grapefruit bitters.We say: The bittersweet herbal notes from the vermouth and amaro combine harmoniously with the cachaça.

ency 12 imageStrawberry & Basil CaipirinhaWith: Cachaça, strawberries, basil, lime and sugar.We say: Succulent ripe strawberries are delicious in a Caipirinha but so much better with basil.

ency 74 imageSweet Grape CaipirinhaWith: Cachaça, red grapes, Sauternes wine, lime, and sugar.We say: Flavours of grape, both fresh and in the wine, transform the humble Caipirinha into a Caipirinha D’uva.

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