n. (alternative form of cachaça English)
n. A Brazilian rum made of sugar cane juice. It is one of the ingredients of caipirinha.
Cachaça is a distilled spirit made from sugarcane juice. Also known as aguardente, pinga de tuto, caninha or other names, it is the most popular distilled alcoholic beverage in Brazil. Outside Brazil, cachaça is used almost exclusively as an ingredient in tropical drinks, with the caipirinha being the most famous cocktail.
Usage examples of "cachaca".
There was also a little bottle of Cachaca, the ubiquitous alcoholic beverage of Brazil.
Yeah, that was her name, pronounced like that Brazilian drink he liked, the one made with limes and Cachaca, grain alcohol distilled from sugar cane.
They taught me to mix Caipirinhas out of cachaça and lime juice for Carlos.