“The Brazilian National Drink”
A bold drink that translates from Portuguese into English “little peasant girl.” It is a simple three-ingredient Brazilian cocktail, whose origin dates back to 1856 during a local cholera epidemic. The key to this drink is the spirit of the mix, Cachaça, a Rhum like liquor made from fresh sugarcane juice and often aged in local exotic wood barrels. This drink is tropical, fresh, tart, and powerful, with the notes of the Cachaça shining through.!