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Type Cocktail
Primary alcohol by volume
Commonly used ingredients
Preparation Dice 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

Tschunk or chunk [ˈtʃʊnk] is a German cocktail consisting of Club-Mate and white or brown rum.[1] It is usually served with limes and cane or brown sugar. The edge of the glass may be covered with salt.[citation needed]

Pronunciation and Origin[edit]

The vowel in tschunk is pronounced like [u] ("oo"); there is no connection to the English word chunk.


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] or c-base.


  1. ^ "Tschunk – Hacker's Cocktail with Club Mate". 
  2. ^ SPIEGEL ONLINE, Hamburg, Germany (28 December 2013). "Chaospatinnen: Betreuung für den ersten Besuch beim Hackerkongress". SPIEGEL ONLINE. 

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