1 lime, quartered
1-2 tablespoons sugar
2 ounces of cachaca (the fiery Brazilian brandy)
Mash the lime quarters with the sugar in a cocktail glass with a wooden pestle.
Add cachaca generously.
Fill the glass with ice cubes and stir well.
For best results, add a pitade of Samba and a nice Morena!
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