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These 3 Cocktails Are Thanksgiving In a Glass

Pamela Wiznitzer of the New York City cocktail bar Seamstress NY sweetens things up with three kicky recipes. November 2016 Cranberry Fiesta In a cocktail shaker, put 1½ ounces tequila, ¾ ounce cranberry juice, ½ ounce lemon juice, and ½ ounce simple syrup and shake...

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Four Aged Cachaças Perfect For Bourbon Lovers

By Graham Averill | August 18, 2016 Brazil is responsible for a good number of cultural contributions to the world (see: Brazilian-cut bikinis), but maybe the greatest is cachaça, a rum-like spirit made from pure sugarcane. Until recently, 99% of cachaça has been...

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BRINGING SUSTAINABILITY TO THE CACHAÇA CONVERSATION

A layer of mist hovers above the grounds at Novo Fogo. BY MARK STOCK | PHOTOS COURTESY OF NOVO FOGO | AUGUST 11, 2016 Long known to the wider world as “Brazilian rum,” the sugarcane-based spirit called cachaça is enjoying a moment in the sun. But like rum, cachaça’s...

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Get into the Olympic Spirit with These Five Aged Cachaças

Brazil’s national spirit, best known as the base for caipirinhas, can make a great sipping spirit too… BY TONY SACHS | July 16, 2016 Most people hear the word cachaça and immediately think of caipirinhas. After all, it’s the only way most Americans have ever tried...

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Here’s How to Make the Perfect Caipirinha

AKA Brazil's national cocktail, just in time for the Olympic Games. by SAMANTHA LEAL | JUN 16, 2016 You can't think of South American cocktails and *not* think of the caipirinha. The lime-y, refreshing drink is a mainstay in Brazil—and is even the national cocktail....

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Cachaça: Beyond a One-Note Samba

By ROBERT SIMONSON | JULY 10, 2012 THE short history of cachaça consciousness in the United States goes something like this: The new millennium strikes. Americans discover the caipirinha and like it. (Easy.) Americans learn how to pronounce caipirinha. (A little...

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