Batida means shaken or milkshake and encompasses a wide range of ingredients - coconut or fruit, condensed milk, sugar and Cachaça is Brazil's official spirit which is a spicy, sweet, and fruity clear liquor. We steeped fresh raspberries in palm sugar, lime juice, Creme de Coconut and Cachaça to bring you a non-dairy sorbet that is creamy, sweet, and tart. The word "Cachaça" comes from African captives who worked in sugarcane mill. They gave name to the foam that collected at the top of the cauldrons in which the sugarcane stalks were boiled (the first step in producing sugar). Slaves took the foam and fermented it and named the resulting spirit "Cachaça." This flavor has alcohol in it at a concentration of less than 2%.
top of page
bottom of page