This drink is popular in Chile and Peru. It's made by shaking together lemon juice, sugar, Pisco and ice cubes. It's refreshing and the perfect summer drink to enjoy all year long.
A popular Chilean alcoholic drink, which is quick and easy to make and refreshing. Pisco is blended with lime juice, egg white, sugar, ice and aromatic bitters. Enjoy this summer drink any time of the year.
A simple, yet delicious Puerto Rican cocktail. Coconut milk is blitzed with ice, pineapple juice, rum and sugar. It's the perfect summer drink to enjoy any day of the week.
This is a Chilean take on the classic rum and Coke. Pisco and cola is poured over ice and garnished with a slice of lime. It's refreshing and perfect for the warm summer months.
This alcoholic drink is refreshing and tart - it's not to be missed by vodka lovers. Vodka is poured over crushed ice with lime juice and sugar. Enjoy this summer drink anytime of the year.
Brazil's national cocktail is so refreshing and delicious! Ask your off license to order Cachaca for you if they don't stock it, there's no substitute.
The classic from Brazil. Cachaca is a Brazilian booze made from sugarcane. Rum works in a pinch, in which case you have the original daiquiri.
Good rum and a decent amount of lime juice make the cocktail. The name is a reference to Cuba's quest for independence from the Spanish back at the turn of the 20th century.
A fabulous, traditional mojito just like they serve in Cuba. Make sure you muddle the ingredients in the order listed; this helps to ensure that all the flavours are well blended. Mint sprigs may be used for a garnish instead of lime. Enjoy!
This cocktail is very refreshing. You will especially enjoy it at the end of a hot summer day. As for me, I can drink it even during the winter because I like to have a cocktail after a long day at work. Mojito is my favourite cocktail. It is also possible to use a blender to make this recipe.
Batida (meaning 'shaken' in Portugese) is a Brazilian cocktail recipe normally made of a fruit or fruit juice and sweetened condensed milk. Use the condensed milk tin to measure the vodka and ice, as well.
As with most cocktail recipes, proportions are given for one cocktail. Don't be afraid to vary the proportions according to your taste.
This creamy coconut and rum libation is a national tradition in Puerto Rico - a quintessential Christmas drink.