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San Paulo Cocktail

Features:
  • Sweet
Cuisine:
  • 5 mins
  • Easy

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How do you like your drinks? Do you want it light with a tiny hint of vodka beneath the sour taste of the lime or you would rather go hard rock and heavy metal by increasing the alcohol content, then a homemade glass of San Paulo is just the right thing for you!

Most San Paulo mixes make use of vodka to up the boozy feel but you can also go with Cachaça. That does not remove from the refreshing or sweet taste that comes with the drink in any way. You can tone down the taste of the tomatoes by adding some golden rum. This serves to accentuate the sweet fruity taste of the mix and this is one of the major factors that sets a glass of San Paulo apart from other cocktails like the Bloody Mary and Long Island ice tea.

You can vary the taste by being your own bartender. Adjust the lime to get the sweet sourness that you desire, mix the vodka just the way you want it and at the end of the day, all you have to do is kick back and let San Paulo do its magic!Enjoy a refreshing glass of cold San Paulo Cocktail post your workout with smart water bottles from Vaya!

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How to make San Paulo Cocktail

  1. Mix all ingredients in a cocktail shaker.
  2. Strain into an ice-filled rocks glass. Serve.

Trivia

  1. The word 'vodka' owes its origin to the Slavic language. It is derived from the Slavic word used to describe water. Water is known as 'Voda' in Slavic. A close relative to vodka, however, is whiskey and this one owes its origins to a Gaelic word which means 'water of life'. That word, or phrase to be more precise, is 'uisge bretha'.
  2. According to history books, the first recorded production of vodka was found in the court registry of the Sandomierz court in Poland. That was in the year 1405.
  3. Although Russia is often the first name that comes to mind when the word, Vodka is uttered, the country did not get vodka to paper. At least not till 1751.
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