Cachaça Ypióca is made exclusively in Brazil and is the national spirit of the South American country. It had long been known as a poor man's drink though this has changed, and some brilliant artisan Cachaça s are produced today. It is a requirement that Cachaça is fermented from freshly pressed sugar cane juice. Cachaça is so ingrained in Brazilian culture that it is best appreciated in the country's national drink, the caipirinha. It is to Cachaça what the old-fashioned is to bourbon and it's made in the same manner but with lime and sugar.
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60 ml Cachaça Ypióca
2 tsp sugar
Slice the lime into slices, cube them, and muddle them in an Old-Fashioned glass with the sugar. Add a couple of ice cubes and pour in the Ypióca.
Serve with a stirring rod.
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