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Watermelon Caipisake Shots

Caipisake is Brazil’s most prevalent cocktail, usually made with strawberry or kiwi and Japanese sake. This version keeps the sake but is watermelon flavored and served as shots.
By Denise Browning
Watermelon Caipisake Shots

Watermelon Caipisake Shots
 
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Caipisake is Brazil's most prevalent cocktail, usually made with strawberry or kiwi and Japanese sake. This version keeps the sake but is watermelon flavored and served as shots.
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Recipe Type: Drinks
Serves: 1 (8-ouce) glass or 8 shot glasses
Ingredients
  • 1 cup seedless watermelon, peeled and cut into small pieces
  • 2-3 tablespoons sugar (brown or crystalized)
  • Crushed ice
  • 4 tablespoons sake
Instructions
  1. Place watermelon pieces and sugar into a measuring pitcher or 8-ounce glass.
  2. Mash the two ingredients together using a pastle or a wooden spoon.
  3. Stir in the sake.
  4. Pour caipisake into 8 shot glasses that have been ⅓ filled with crushed ice ahead of time, or leave caipisake into an 8-ouce glass if you are making and serving in it (in this case, stir in ⅓ cup of crushed ice).
  5. Cheers!
Denise Browning

Denise Browning

Denise Browning is a native Brazilian foodie, trained Chef, cooking instructor, restaurant menu/recipe developer, and former lawyer. She is also the author of From Brazil To You - a blog that features Brazilian, fusion, and international dish recipes, stories, and photography of Brazil. Her writing has appeared in Cia Brasil Magazine, while her photography is frequently featured on Foodgawker, TasteSpotting, and Foodepix. She lives in Texas with her American husband and two children.

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Originally Published: August 30, 2013

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