Re-Freshing & Fun – Fiesta Da Caipirinha



We have SUNNY Skies in Galicia and days with warm weather before the season changes to Fall. The festival celebrates Caipirinha a traditional drink made of sugar cane hard liquor, sugar and fresh limes. Perfect time to enjoy more festival fun with family and friends and visit Santa Comba just 33.5 km north west of Santiago de Compostela.  Another great festival to enjoy local traditional food, music, and hand made arts and crafts of the area -Festival is held September 27, 2013.


Residents of San Salvador, parish of Padreiro belonging to the municipality of Santa Comba, held on 27 September a new edition of the Festival da Caipirinha, where there are good music, snacks and delicious cocktails, and the 29th of the same month, their religious festival in honor of the Virgin of los Remedios, where all attendees can enjoy the traditional religious ceremonies in honor of the Holy and the musical performance of a of the orchestras of the time (Translated by Bing)

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Caipirinha (Portuguese pronunciation: [kajpiˈɾĩɲɐ]) is Brazil‘s national cocktail, made with cachaça(pronounced: [kaˈʃasɐ]) (sugar cane hard liquor), sugar and lime.[1] Cachaça is Brazil’s most commondistilled alcoholic beverage (also known as Pinga or Caninha). Both rum and cachaça are made from sugarcane-derived products. Specifically with cachaça, the alcohol results from the fermentation ofsugarcane juice that is afterwards distilled – Wikipedia


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