The Caipirinha (pronounced kai-pee-reen-ya), is a rustic form of a Daiquiri: just rum, sugar, and lime. But the rum is cachaça, the sugar is usually raw or turbinado, and the limes are muddled and left in the drink.
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Flavored Caipirinhas are another popular way to serve cachaça. Put whatever berry or fruit is in season in the glass with the limes and muddle them together.
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