A World Cup drink for every taste


Knowing what to drink while watching the 2014 World Cup in Brazil is key to maximizing your World Cup experience. Don’t be boring and order an ice cold lite beer. Instead, join in with the locals and learn just how very diverse this world can be.

Caipirinha

caprinia A World Cup drink for every taste

While most self-respecting soccer fans will drink beer, be sure to try a Caipirinha, the national cocktail of Brazil. Made with cachaça (sugar-cane rum), sugar and lime, it is sure to refresh your football spirit. Learn how to make the perfect Caipirinha.

Pisco

pisco A World Cup drink for every taste
Chileans love their pisco , a potent grape brandy you’ve almost certainly had in “sour” form, with lemon juice, simple syrup, and a frothy egg white.

Champagne

Champagne Solutions 3 350x350 A World Cup drink for every taste

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Booze in a brown bag

booze bag A World Cup drink for every taste

If you watch Algeria play any of the other countries, we suggest we put your booze in a brown bag. It’s a Muslim country and alcohol is tough to find. If you do come accross any in the country you’re expected to brown-bag it while boozing.