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Caipiroschka

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Anyone know how to make this drink? I had one at a restaurant on Roatan and I loved it! I'm assuming just vodka, lots of lime and a sugar syrup? Thanks.

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  1. Per Wikipedia, a Caipiroska is simply a "Caipirinha made of vodka in stead of the usual Cacha├ža." So taking that thread I would imagine you could use any Caipirinha recipe you like. The Wikipedia article includes a basic recipe:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caipiroska

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    1. re: ShadowedOne

      Thanks very much. I'm using my PC at work, and for some reason, I am not able to view any site with a .org in it. I'll have to check this out when I'm at home. I notice someone below has referred me to a thread on Chowhound and I had done a search, but I guess my spelling was slightly different. Thanks very much!

    2. These seemed to be very popular with the local ladies when I was in Brazil last year. Much more so than the traditional Caipirinha. They seem to regard those as drinks for tourists and lower class men. Who knows? I was happy to drink both. Just being in Rio was reward enough for me!

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      1. re: ed1066

        Yes - see this thread too - http://www.chowhound.com/topics/306614

      2. It may be far too late to respond to this, but I learned a different way of making a Caipiroschka when I was in Jakarta last fall. Here goes: add 1/2 lime, cut into small chunks, to large (14oz, maybe) cocktail glass, top with 2 teaspoons of palm sugar (brown sugar may work as substitute), mash together thoroughly, fill glass with crushed ice, add vodka until it covers nearly all of the ice, snap on a bar mixer and shake hard for at least 30 seconds... carefully remove mixer from glass, enjoy....

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        1. re: cnewk

          Keep an eye on the thoroughness of the muddle -- smashing the lime to a point of excess will result in some nasty bitterness. A few good pushes should get the job done.