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"Samba in Berlin" is a Brazilian aperitif.
It is delicious and easy to make (its name has been simplified and is now just Drink
And this is "Samba", a Brazilian drink that is extremely simple to make:
In a glass, start by adding a lot of ice, add a dose of cachaça (or
tequila, or sake), and then just top up the glass with Pepsi Cola (it
can be Coca Cola), give it a little mix and the samba is ready.
You can spice it
up by adding a slice of lemon, and if you want mint leaves to decorate.
",,, during the Second World War, the American Army, which already used
Coca Cola, as its main soft drink, to feed its troops, and which also
participated with Brazil, during the Brazilian campaign in the war from
Italy, started distributing it to Brazilian soldiers. That was when the
drink called “Samba in Berlin” was born, which was nothing more, a
creativity of our soldiers, who mixed the soft drink with the old
“cachaça”, always present in the meal from our soldiers' backpacks, as
they could not stand its bitter taste. That mixture caused some kind of
reaction and they began to have double courage. During the course of the
war, they began to be cited by the allied troops as being the most
cold-blooded warriors , in all battles, including that of “Montese”.
With this, “Samba in Berlin” became widely known throughout the