And you’re drinking a caipirinha with wine in it.
Which is pretty close to the same thing.
Go for the Brazilian Sour, a drinking experience that would never make you choose between spirits and wine. It’s a welcome take on the already-welcome caipirinha, and it enters the world via Mar’sel, a restaurant at California’s Terranea resort.
One could call this cachaça cocktail “too pretty to drink.”
Right before drinking it.
Which would make one a liar.
2 oz Leblon Cachaça
3/4 oz simple syrup
3/4 oz fresh lime juice
1 float malbec
Add first three ingredients to a shaker with ice. Shake, then strain into an ice-filled rocks glass. Top with a float of malbec. Garnish with edible flowers.