It's only taken about 400 years for cachaça, the national drink of Brazil, to catch on in the U.S. Now, though, versions of the Caipirinha cocktail as well as other drinks featuring the spirit made from distilled sugar cane juice continue to proliferate. For instance, the official cocktail of the 2009 San Francisco Cocktail Week was the Barbary Flip, which combines the spirits cachaça, pineapple-infused vodka and Benedictine. The 2010 Fourth Annual San Francisco Cocktail Week Celebration ...

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