The Batida is a popular Brazilian cocktail that rivals the Caipirinha although it isn't as well known outside of the country's borders. It's typically a combination of Cachaca and fruit blended and bottled for quick and easy service - this makes it ideal for groups and parties. Simply store in the fridge and pour over crushed ice when serving. The recipe below is an adapted version to quickly make a single serve - without a blender.
Coconut and passionfruit are the most popular fruit choices but the options are endless. If utilising acidic fruit such as pineapple, strawberries and passionfruit, consider eliminating or using less lime juice.
Optionally, you can utilise a DIY Cream of Coconut, replacing the individual ingredients coconut milk and simple syrup.