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BRAZIL-SURFING/
RTX1DB8B
May 17, 2015
A man sells "Caipirinhas", Brazil's national cocktail drink made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor),...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A man sells "Caipirinha" before the finals of the men´s World Surf League (WSL) Rio Pro championship...
A man sells "Caipirinhas", Brazil's national cocktail drink made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor), in the morning before the finals of the men's World Surf League (WSL) Rio Pro championship in Rio de Janeiro May 17, 2015. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

BRAZIL-SURFING/
RTX1DB86
May 17, 2015
A man sells "Caipirinhas", Brazil's national cocktail drink made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor),...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A man sells "caipirinha" before the finals of the men's World Surf League (WSL) Rio Pro championship...
A man sells "Caipirinhas", Brazil's national cocktail drink made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor), in the morning before the finals of the men's World Surf League (WSL) Rio Pro championship in Rio de Janeiro May 17, 2015. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

TRAVEL-SAOPAULO/
RTR3MJRX
April 25, 2014
A barman prepares caipirinhas, Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor),...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Barman prepares caipirinhas, Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaca, sugar and lemon or another...
A barman prepares caipirinhas, Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor), sugar and lemon or another fruit, in a restaurant in Sao Paulo in this picture taken April 15, 2014. A sprawling metropolitan area of nearly 20 million people, Sao Paulo is sometimes referred to as the New York of South America. While the comparison may be a bit overstated, Brazil's business capital boasts a rich cultural life and a bar and restaurant scene that rival the world's premier cities. Picture taken April 15, 2014. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP TRAVEL FOOD)
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3LFFH
April 15, 2014
A barman prepares "Caipirinha", Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor),...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A barman prepares "Caipirinha", Brazil's national cocktail, in Sao Paulo
A barman prepares "Caipirinha", Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor), sugar and lemon, at Fogo de Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse where food is prepared the traditional gaucho way, in Sao Paulo April 15, 2014. Sao Paulo is one of the host cities for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP TRAVEL FOOD SOCIETY)
BRAZIL-WORLDCUP/
RTR3LFE1
April 15, 2014
A barman prepares "Caipirinhas", Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor),...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
A barman prepares "Caipirinhas", Brazil's national cocktail, in Sao Paulo
A barman prepares "Caipirinhas", Brazil's national cocktail, made with cachaca (sugar cane hard liquor), sugar and lemon or another fruit, at Fogo de Chao, a Brazilian steakhouse where food is prepared the traditional gaucho way, in Sao Paulo April 15, 2014. Sao Paulo is one of the host cities for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP TRAVEL FOOD SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMM
May 28, 2012
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry and, when mixed with ice, sugar and lime makes the Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMJ
May 28, 2012
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry and, when mixed with ice, sugar and lime makes the Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMF
May 28, 2012
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao...
Bottles of Ypioca's cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, are displayed in a market in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry and, when mixed with ice, sugar and lime makes the Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RME
May 28, 2012
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo...
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying Ypioca, a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
DIAGEO/
RTR32RMC
May 28, 2012
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo...
Brazilian cocktail Caipirinha, a mix of ice, sugar, lime and cachaca, a spirit made from fermented sugar cane, is displayed in a bar in Sao Paulo May 28, 2012. British drinks group Diageo is buying a maker of Brazil's most popular spirit, cachaca, for about 300 million pounds ($469 million), boosting its expansion in fast-growing emerging markets while it fights for a bigger prize in tequila. Cachaca accounts for about 80 percent of the volume of the Brazilian spirits industry. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: BUSINESS)
BRAZIL/
RTR2UTDY
December 04, 2011
A man sells Caipirinha, a traditional drink with cachaca and lemon, during the "Trem do Samba" (Train...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A man sells Caipirinha during the "Trem do Samba" event next to the train station in Oswaldo Cruz neighborhood,...
A man sells Caipirinha, a traditional drink with cachaca and lemon, during the "Trem do Samba" (Train of Samba) event next to the train station in Oswaldo Cruz neighborhood, Rio de Janeiro December 3, 2011. The Train of Samba, one of the events which mark National Samba Day, sees thousands for people flocking to the Oswaldo Cruz neighborhood to remember a tradition which Samba composer Paulo da Portela started in the 1920s. Portela would board a train and play samba as a way of escaping police repression against expressions of black culture. REUTERS/Ricardo Moraes (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCIETY)
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Cachaca Micro-Distillery in Brazil - 30 Aug 2008
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BRAZIL/
RTR21TQT
August 29, 2008
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQS
August 29, 2008
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
Cachaca bottles are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQP
August 29, 2008
A worker closes a cachaca bottle with water vapor at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker closes a cachaca bottle with water vapor at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker closes a cachaca bottle with water vapor at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQJ
August 29, 2008
Oak barrels where cachaca is seen being aged are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Oak barrels where cachaca is seen being aged are seen at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro...
Oak barrels where cachaca is seen being aged are seen at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQG
August 29, 2008
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio...
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQE
August 29, 2008
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio...
A worker checks oak barrels where cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQB
August 29, 2008
Fermenting cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Fermenting cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
Fermenting cachaca is seen being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ9
August 29, 2008
A worker checks on cachaca being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker checks on cachaca being brewed at a micro-distillery northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker checks on cachaca being brewed at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ8
August 29, 2008
A worker hold sugar cane on rollers to be squeezed to make cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique,...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker hold sugar cane on rollers to be squeezed to make cachaca at a micro-distillery northwest of...
A worker hold sugar cane on rollers to be squeezed to make cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ7
August 29, 2008
A worker processes sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker processes sugar cane on a farm northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker processes sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
BRAZIL/
RTR21TQ4
August 29, 2008
A worker cuts sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles)...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A worker cuts sugar cane for cachaca on a farm northwest of Rio de Janeiro
A worker cuts sugar cane for cachaca at a micro-distillery, or alambique, farm about 150 kms ( 93 miles) northwest of Rio de Janeiro, August 29, 2008. Brazil produces more than 1.8 billion liters of cachaca, the country's most popular drink, each year. REUTERS/Bruno Domingos (BRAZIL)
SPORT SOCCER WORLD
RTRWZ21
June 20, 2002
Wearing a Brazilian soccer team jersey, Britsh Consul-General Paul
Yaghmourian (L) makes a toast with...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil -
BRITSH GENERAL CONSUL PAUL YAGHMOURIAN IN CELEBRATION OF THE WORLD CUP
IN RIO DE JANEIRO.
Wearing a Brazilian soccer team jersey, Britsh Consul-General Paul
Yaghmourian (L) makes a toast with the traditional Brazilian drink
"cachaca", made from cane alcohol, during a pre-quarter-final World Cup
party in Rio de Janeiro, June 20, 2002. Brazil will face England in
Shizuoka Friday, in their first World Cup meeting since 1970.
REUTERS/Sergio Moraes

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BRAZIL CACHACA
RTRBYA1
December 10, 2000
Owners of the Brazilian Belucci micro-distillery, or alambique, pose among oak barrels where cachaca...
Sao Paulo, Brazil
OWNERS OF BRAZILIAN ALAMBIQUE BELUCCI POSE AMONG OAK BARRELS IN SAO PAULO.
Owners of the Brazilian Belucci micro-distillery, or alambique, pose among oak barrels where cachaca is aged in Porto Feliz, a small city southeast of Sao Paulo December 10, 2000. Brazil, eager to make its national fiery drink cachaca a major export item similar to the likes of Russian vodka or Mexican tequila, is fighting to win international recognition for the liquor.

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