Food Neighbourhoods 145: Salvador, Bahia
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30 July 2019
Photo: André Klotz
Tastemakers and bartenders in Bahia’s state capital Salvador are changing the face of Brazil’s national drink, cachaça. Monocle’s Lucinda Elliott finds out how perceptions of the spirit are changing at home and abroad.
30 July 2019
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