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How To Prepare Brazilian Rabo-de-Galo

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How To Prepare Brazilian Rabo-de-Galo

Rabo-de-Galo is a popular Brazilian cocktail made with a combination of cachaça and either sweet vermouth or Cynar (a bitter liqueur), or both sweet vermouth and Cynar, depending on the recipe. In order to prepare it, the ingredients are stirred with ice, then strained into a cocktail glass which can be garnished with an orange peel, if desired.

When translated, the name of this drink means rooster’s tail, or simply – cocktail. Nowadays, Rabo-de-Galo is being rescued by Brazilian bartenders who are lobbying to include it on the IBA (International Bartenders Association) list of cocktails.

 

RECIPE INGREDIENTS

Scant 1 3/4 ounces aged cachaça

Scant 3/4 ounce sweet vermouth, preferably Vermouth Carpano Classico

Heavy 1/4 ounce Cynar

Garnish: lime twist

 

DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO PREPARE BRAZILIAN RABO-DE-GALO

Pour the cachaça, vermouth and Cynar into a mixing glass with ice and stir until chilled.

Strain into a rocks glass with ice.

Garnish with a lime twist.

 

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