"Coffee is something very Brazilian, per se," says Isabela Raposeira, owner of the Coffee Lab and the country's authority on all things caffeinated. "And just by having coffee in it, a drink can [touch] Brazil's roots." Take her refreshing riff on the Italian Shakeratto, for example. Raposeira shakes together two highly acidic ristrettos, lime juice, ice cubes, and sugar until the ice breaks, and serves the drink in a high glass with sparkling water. Sure, Sinatra. They may put coffee in the coffee, but Brazilians are happy to mix coffee with just about anything.