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Mango and Coconut Milk Batida

Serious Eats Autumn Giles Post a comment

Batidas are a family of cocktails that feature the Brazilian spirit Cachaça, which is made from fresh sugar cane juice that is fermented and distilled. This version uses mango juice, coconut milk, plus a little lime juice and agave to round things out. More

Marky Mark's Funky Punch

Serious Eats Naomi Bishop Post a comment

This punch, created by Jim Romdall at Seattle's Vessel, has a tropical flair owing to the passionfruit syrup (available online) and aged cachaça. More

DIY Swedish Punsch

Serious Eats Marcia Simmons 1 comment

The traditional way to serve Swedish Punsch is to warm it and pair it with a bowl of pea soup. Though that didn't exactly catch on in the States, Swedish Punsch is a key ingredient in many pre-Prohibition cocktails because of its funky, spiced flavor. More

Peach Caipirinha

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

Be sure to use ripe peach in this tart, refreshing spin on the classic Caipirinha. More

The Bristol's Winter Caipirinha

Serious Eats Maggie Hoffman Post a comment

The tart lime and kumquat make this cocktail from Debbi Peek of The Bristol in Chicago an ideal option for margarita or mojito-lovers who are looking to branch out. More

Mojo Rising

Serious Eats Heather Arndt Anderson 2 comments

Mojitos are such a refreshing way to chase the sticky morning heat; but if you're like me, the last thing you want is a big mouthful of yard clippings every time you take a sip. And lot of mojitos are so cloying that they leave me even thirstier, rather than slaking a sticky throat the way a proper cocktail should. Clearly this wheel, while not needing reinvention, needed a little tuning. More

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