E as Mulheres? E as Mulheres? is a Brazilian women's history podcast. Two sisters talk about the story of little known women that made history, in Brazil and in the world. We are always open to talk about any of the women covered. Listen to short highlights, in English, about the women - and see a cocktail recipe to go with it! womenfrombrazil This week's episode is all about two cultures meet Mate Wonder 🍹 You're going to love sipping on Green Emerald 🍸 In Brazil, the stone that rep 🍹 This Pink Lemonade was inspired by the color Countdown time! 🥳 Just one more week and E as Instagram post 17937921082419727 Follow us on Instagram Ana Néry Pioneer Brazilian nurse Read about her Paraguaçu, Bartira e Muira "Mothers of Brazilians", first recorded indigenous women to marry Portuguese men Maria Firmina dos Reis One of the first female novel writers in Brazil Read about her Enedina Alves Marques First black female engineer in the south of Brazil Read about her Luísa Margarida Portugal e Barros, Condessa do Barral Cynthia Robinson Manager of ExtraMail Cocktails Dark 'N' Stormy - Paraguaçu, Bartira e Muira Uri - 60ml dark rum- 90ml ginger beerIn a glass with ice, pour the ginger beer. Carefully pour the rum on the back of a spoon. When ready to drink, stir it! De Matar - Enedina Alves Marques 120 ml Mate (sparkling)60 ml Cachaça17.5 ml 2-to-1 Sugar Syrup27.5 ml Lime/Lemon JuiceStir together all ingredients + ice. Serve with 1-2 mint leaves. Green Emerald - Ana Néry - 2 ounces (60ml) White Rum- 1/2 ounce (15ml) Blue Curaçao- 1 1/2 ounce (45ml) Orange Juice- 3/4 ounce (20ml) Lime Juice- 1/2 ounce (15ml) Simple SyrupShake it with ice and pour everything into glass. Enjoy! Pink Lemonade - Maria Firmina dos Reis - 240 ml Sparkling pink lemonade- 1/4 lime, squized- 10 ml sugar syrup- 60 ml vodkaShake all ingredients and enjoy! Serve with ice. Brazilian Buck - Maria Firmina dos Reis - 60 ml Cachaça - 100 ml Ginger beer & chilli- 7.5 ml sugar syrup- 1/4 lime, to serve (and squeeze)Fill glass with ice. Pour ginger beer and syrup. Mix. Pour cachaça on the back of a spoon. Serve with lime edge.