5 World Cup Sips

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Pitú Cachaça

This year’s World Cup kicks off on International Cachaça Day (which commemorates when Portugal banned the spirit in the 1700s), so it’s only natural that Brazil’s leading cachaça producer Pitú would pull out all the stops and design a limited-edition bottle of the spirit dedicated to the soccer event. The flashy flask, which is available in limited markets, features cultural elements, like soccer balls, music and bongo players, in bright greens and yellow—and it’s ideal for mixing up the country’s national drink, caipirinha.

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