| Lime slice|
| Vodka (1 part), Cranberry juice (1 to 4 parts, to taste)|
Build all ingredients in a highball glass filled with ice. Garnish with lime wedge.
On the rocks; poured over ice
The Cape Cod or Cape Codder is a type of cocktail made with only fruit juice and spirits. The name refers to Cape Cod, Massachusetts, a peninsula and popular tourist destination located in the eastern United States.
A Cape Cod is made with vodka and cranberry juice, and may be garnished with a lime wedge. Proportions vary, with sources giving a recommended vodka-to-juice ratio of 1/4, 1/3.7, 1/2 and 1/1.5, while other sources do not recommend precise proportions. Some sources recommend lime juice instead of a lime wedge garnish.
The Cape Codder is related to a number of other cocktails such as the Sea Breeze (which adds grapefruit juice), the Bay Breeze (which adds pineapple juice), Sex on the Beach (which adds orange juice and schnapps), the Cosmopolitan, which adds Curaçao triple sec (such as Cointreau or another brand) and lime juice, and Rose Kennedy Cocktail which includes club soda.
This drink was conceived in 1945 by the Ocean Spray cranberry grower's cooperative under the name "Red Devil". The "Cape Codder" name dates from the early 1960s.
Cape Codder (cocktail) Wikipedia