Traditional Drinks

How To Prepare Brazilian Batida

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How To Prepare Brazilian Batida

This sweet, refreshing Batida (lit. shaken) is a Brazilian cocktail that’s most commonly made with a combination of cachaça, sugar, and either fruit juice or coconut milk. To prepare it, all ingredients are blended or vigorously shaken with ice, then poured into a tall, chilled glass.

The most popular fruit juices used in Batida can be made from lemon, passion fruit, mango, or pineapple, among others. Batida is traditionally served with feijoada, the national dish of Brazil. It is rarely found at hotel bars or restaurants, since Batidas are typically sold from barracas – mobile bars located on or near the beach

 

RECIPE INGREDIENTS

2 ounces Novo Fogo silver cachaça

1 ounce BG Reynolds passion fruit syrup

1/2 ounce coconut milk

1/2 ounce lime juice, freshly squeezed

Garnish: pineapple leaf

Garnish: grated nutmeg

 

 

DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO PREPARE BRAZILIAN Batida

Add the silver cachaça, passion fruit syrup, coconut milk and lime juice into a blender with 3/4 cup of ice and blend until smooth.

Pour into a rocks glass.

Garnish with a pineapple leaf and grated nutmeg. Serve with a straw.

 

HERE ARE MORE RECIPES

BRAZILIAN CAIPIRINHA RECIPE

BRAZILIAN CARURU RECIPE

BRAZILIAN VAPATA RECIPE

 

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