Caldo de cana in Portuguese and in English it's called Garapa. It is sugar cane juice. In Brazil it's very common to get a squeeze of lemon or even pineapple and mix with it. It is obtained from taking the sugar cane and peeling it and then generally people use hand cranked mills to crush the cane, draining the juice from it. It's best served with cold with ice.
Caldo de Cana: is sugar cane juice where the liquid is extracted from sugar cane to make juice. It is made by grinding or squeezing sugarcane and removing (separating) the juice. The sugarcane juice can be found in street markets throughout the country. In some regions of the country, it is common to drink it mixed with fruits such as pineapple or lemon.
Delicioso Pastel de Queijo acompanhado de um refresco de Caldo de Cana. Lanche tipicamente cerense.
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Juices: "Caldo de Cana" or "Garapa" - The best combination with "Pastel de Feira".
Há uma estratégia conhecida como "Siga o líder". No supermercado encontramos muito disso: marcas e embalagens que são muito parecidas com as da marca líder e o consumidor acaba comprando sem ver. Já aconteceu com você? Comigo direto! Ps: Mas o caldo de cana é da Coca rsrs