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With the World Cup set to kick off in Brazil, serious fans are wondering where the best place to watch the games will be. There are multiple factors to consider in choosing the right spot: outdoor vs. indoor, posh vs. popular, how close you can hope to get to a screen to actually see the game, to name a few. But for those who want a taste of Brazilian spirit with their football, drink options must also be considered. The national drink of Brazil, a caipirinha is a relatively simple concoction: muddle a few chunks of lime in sugar, add cachaca and crushed ice, and voila. The key ingredient, cachaca (pronounced ka-sha-sa), is a Brazilian spirit distilled from cane sugar, often compared to rum, though not in Brazil. Aramouni, a diehard Brazil fan, is hoping to install a new flat screen TV so that customers can enjoy the games from the bar.
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