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Primary alcohol by volume
  • Rum
Commonly used ingredients
  • 4–6 cl golden rum or dark rum
  • limes
  • Club-Mate
  • (if desired): brown sugar
  • ice
PreparationDice limes, put them together with the brown sugar into a high glass and crush both. Add crushed ice and pour the rum and the mate over it. Add a straw

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Tschunk [ˈtʃʊnk] is a German cocktail consisting of Club-Mate and white or brown rum. It is usually served with limes and cane or brown sugar.[1][2]


Like Club-Mate, the Tschunk is a typical drink within European hacker culture and can often be found at scene typical events or locations like the Chaos Communication Congress.[2][3]


  1. "Tschunk – Hacker's Cocktail with Club Mate".
  2. 2.0 2.1 Silver, Vernon (27 June 2017). "The Chaos Computer Club Is Fighting to Save Democracy". Bloomberg L.P. Retrieved 14 July 2017.
  3. Judith Horchert (28 December 2013). "Chaospatinnen: Betreuung für den ersten Besuch beim Hackerkongress". Spiegel Online (in German).CS1 maint: Unrecognized language (link)

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