Located in the Jardins neighborhood of São Paulo, Brazil a Gosto takes some creative liberties with traditional Brazilian recipes in the restaurant, but chef Ana Luiza Trajano doesn't mess with tradition for her coconut batida.
Grapefruit soda makes a great cocktail mixer, adding acidity, sweetness and slight effervescence to a finished drink. For this refreshing summer cooler, Las Perlas general manager, Raul Yrastorza, combines the tangy soda with blanco tequila, fresh dill and muddled cucumber.
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This enduring classic is the quintessential southern summettime sipper.
Combining mezcal with citrus and agave nectar, this simple cocktail is as refreshing as it sounds.
The traditional version of this Trinidad swizzle is made with the dark, smoky caramel tones of Demerara rum.
With vodka as its backbone, this drink combines Campari, limoncello and fresh orange juice for a vibrant sipper. Try it with a batch of homemade limoncello for extra citrusy brightness.
This refreshing cocktail is a delicious riff on a Cucumber Collins, which is served tall with soda water.