80s Cocktails – Cape Codder Drink Recipe

How to make a Cape Codder drink:

The Cape Codder is named after a popular tourist destination in the US, renowned for growing cranberries.

– 60mL Vodka
– 90mL Cranberry Juice

1. Add your ingredients to your shaker
2. Shake and strain over fresh ice into a hi-ball glass
3. Finish with a squeeze of lime

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Dick Fitzwell says:

This video was filmed and edited really well! Looks good my dude!

Also I have a question….how is a cape codder different than vodka cranberry?

Steve the Bartender says:

Keeping it simple again with the Cape Codder just to get back into the swing of thigns! Comment below if you have any recipe requests!

Matthew T says:

You should try the East Ender!

3 slices cucumber, plus one thin peel of cucumber for garnish
6 mint leaves
2 ounces gin
1 ounce fresh lime juice
3/4 ounce simple syrup
Ice cubes

Chill 1 old-fashioned glass. In a cocktail shaker, lightly crush the cucumber slices and mint with a muddler. Add the gin, lime juice, simple syrup, and a handful of ice cubes. Shake well. Strain into the chilled glass. Float the cucumber peel on top.
Makes 1 (refreshing as hell) drink.

Luke Booth says:

Im from Massachusetts and i never considered it was a difficult name for others to pronounce lol, but good try steve! Love your videos by the way! You remind me of this australian basketball player for the celtics Aaron Baynes!

Stig Walsted Hansen says:

Steve could you do a video on a cocktail called San Francisco, theres not alot of recipes on it 🙂 Cheers

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