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A cocktail resembling a caipirinha but made with vodka instead of cachaça.
1990s; earliest use found in The New York Times. FromBrazilian Portuguese caipiroska from caipi- (shortened from caipirinha) + -roska, suffix representing a humorous imitation of Russian suffixes (in allusion to the drink's vodka content).
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