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Prep 3 mins
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A drink from the bar Garota de Ipanema, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Taken in a book

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Pour cachaca, pulp of passion fruits and lemon juice in a shaker with ice.
  2. Shake and strain in a highball glass filled with crushed ice.
  3. Garnish with lemon slices and serve with long straws.


Most Helpful

YUM-tangy and tart! Most frozen drinks are so icky sweet but not this one! On my trip to Rio a couple years ago we saw these fruity batida drinks being sold everywhere, both alcoholic and non-alcoholic. This Batida de Maracujá was easy to make at home with a frozen package of Goya passion fruit pulp. I had no problem with it going through the straw (very quickly, I might add) so evelyn/athens may have been using fresh pulp or a thicker brand. I think a little mint would be a good addition to this, and some people may want to add sugar. Made for the Zaar World Tour.

FLKeysJen June 27, 2008

I found the passion fruit pulp really needed to be whizzed in a blender to allow it to pass through the straw - otherwise, a delicious long drink, with the sweet/sour thing going on. Thanks.

evelyn/athens June 15, 2008

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