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Brazil
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The cocktail Brazil is a vibrant and tropical drink that encompasses the flavors of its namesake country. Made with a combination of coconut rum, vodka, lime juice, and orange juice, ... more The cocktail Brazil is a vibrant and tropical drink that encompasses the flavors of its namesake country. Made with a combination of coconut rum, vodka, lime juice, and orange juice, this cocktail is both refreshing and indulgent. The sweetness from the sugar adds a touch of balance to the tanginess of the citrus juices, while the mint liqueur adds a layer of herbal freshness. Sipping on a Brazil cocktail will transport you to the sunny beaches and lush landscapes of Brazil, making it the perfect summer drink. It's also a great option for those who enjoy a fruity yet slightly boozy cocktail.
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Base ingredient
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Coconut rum
Alcohol content
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15.38% | 6.15 units *

Method
How to make a Brazil

Serves 1 · Takes 3 minutes
Add vodka, Malibu, fresh lemon juice, orange juice and sugar to a cocktail shaker
Add ice cubes and shake well
Put the mixture into a tall glass
Add the mint liqueur slowly and carefully, so the orange and green colours separate, then serve

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FAQ's

INGREDIENT_SUBSTITUTIONS

Can I substitute the mint liqueur in the Brazil cocktail with something else?

Yes, if you don't have mint liqueur, you can substitute it with a few fresh mint leaves and a splash of simple syrup or use peppermint extract with a bit of alcohol like white rum or vodka to maintain the minty flavor and the cocktail's strength.

GARNISHING_TIPS

What are some garnishing tips for the Brazil cocktail?

For the Brazil cocktail, consider garnishing with a lime wheel, orange slice, or a sprig of fresh mint to enhance its tropical and refreshing nature. The addition of an edible flower can also elevate its presentation.

SERVING_SUGGESTIONS

What is the best way to serve the Brazil cocktail to highlight its flavors?

The best way to serve the Brazil cocktail is chilled in a highball glass over ice. This method helps to highlight its refreshing citrus and mint flavors, making it perfect for hot weather or a summer party.

ALCOHOL_CONTENT_COMPARISON

How does the alcohol content of the Brazil cocktail compare to other cocktails?

The Brazil cocktail has an alcohol content of 15.38%, making it moderately strong. Compared to a classic Margarita or Cosmopolitan, which usually have higher alcohol content due to their larger proportions of spirits, the Brazil cocktail offers a more balanced, refreshing option with a focus on mixers and flavor.

NON_ALCOHOLIC_VARIATIONS

What is a good non-alcoholic version of the Brazil cocktail?

A good non-alcoholic version of the Brazil cocktail can be made by substituting the coconut rum and vodka with coconut water and the mint liqueur with a mint simple syrup or crushed mint leaves. Replace the same volumes to maintain the tropical and refreshing character of the original recipe.

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