American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of south-central Brazil southwest of Brasília. It is a shipping and processing center in an agricultural and cattle-raising region. Population: 1,190,000.
- From Portuguese caipirinha (Wiktionary)
“ EAT & DRINK: The Brazilians love their meat almost as much as they love their native cocktail, the caipirinha, which is mixed in a variety of fruity flavors.”
“The caipirinha is a strong and addicting adult beverage.”
“Never one to think inside of the box, Jaime created a non-traditional marketing campaign to promote a popular new cachaça-based drink called the caipirinha through the use of 20 "walking and talking ads" across the US.”
“Brazil's most popular aperitif, the "caipirinha" is similar to a Mexican margarita, but instead of tequila, the firewater is "cachaca", distilled from sugar cane.”
“I googled "caipirinha" and it sounds kind of like a mojito, and I love mojitos!”
“caipirinha," which is the name of Brazil's yummy national drink.”
“Just make sure to order that with a Black Label, mojito, pisco sour or caipirinha.”
“Before you come back down, enjoy a sweet caipirinha, a drink made of mulled fruit and cachaca, at Abencoado, an adorable mountain-top cafe.”
“And, cachaca's only role isn't simply as a caipirinha ingredient.”
“And, it also provides opportunities to mingle, especially over the complementary welcome caipirinha.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘caipirinha’.
Have some liquor to help the orange juice go down.
Words I like about food and drink. I like not only the word in some of them.
Palabras que me gustan sobre comida y bebida. TambiÃ©n me gustan algunas de las cosas que denominan esas palabras.
In the spirits of drinks of yore, Trader Vic's had THE list of RUM drinks including ........................
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