- Worcestershire sauce introduced (1937)
The Cranberry Caipirinha
Courtesy of Haru Sushi
- 2 Ounces cachaça
- 1 Ounce cranberry juice
- 2 dashes cinnamon sugar
- 3 bar spoons cranberries
- 2 bar spoons dark brown sugar
- 2 lime wedges
- 1 orange slice
The cranberry-version of the Brazilian drink is made at New York City's Haru Sushi.
After muddling fresh limes, cranberries, and an orange slice, Haru’s drink-masters sprinkle in dark brown sugar for good measure. After adding a blend of cachaça, cranberry juice, and cinnamon sugar, the Cranberry Caipirinha is shaken, strained into a rocks glass and finished with 2 cinnamon sticks for a garnish.