Moscow Mule

  • 7 Drink
  • Updated: Mar 31, 2016
  • Bourbon, Ginger beer, Lime juice
    The Kentucky Mule is a Southern twist on the Moscow Mule swaps the original vodka for bourbon. Like many other Moscow Mule variations, all it does is change the base spirit, and the rest of the recipe remains the same: ginger beer and lime juice in a snazzy copper mug. We recommend using a strong, spicy ginger beer, as it's really the star of the show, but …
  • Vodka, Orange juice
    The Screwdriver is an easy vodka cocktail that's been around since at least the late 1930s. It's likely that this simple recipe of vodka and orange juice was invented by Smirnoff itself as part of its mid-century efforts to popularize vodka in the United States (hence the Moscow Mule), though a 1944 issue of Newsweek magazine attributes it to American m…
  • gin, lime juice, mint, ginger beer
    Also known as the London Mule, the Gin Gin Mule is a nice little twist on the Moscow Mule that, well, uses gin instead of vodka. Gin and ginger beer have a long history as favorites in the UK, so it was only natural that they'd eventually end up together in this delicious variation.
  • Tequila, Ginger Beer, Lime
    A slight variation on the Moscow Mule, this drink (sometimes known in cruder circles as the Donkey Show) offers a great pairing between the tequila and the ginger beer. Perfect for hot days with the expectation of hotter nights.
  • vodka, ginger beer, lime juice, jalapeno pepper, orange liqueur
    This Moscow Mule variation from SheKnows.com definitely has some kick, and not just from the vodka. Jalapeño peppers spice this cocktail up and make it a deliciously zippy drink. While it looks like a summertime tipple, the combination of hot peppers and ginger might just make it perfect for warming up in the dead of winter, too.
  • vodka, ginger beer, lime juice, blueberries, cucumber, mint
    This fantastic Moscow Mule recipe from Something New For Dinner is truly one of our favorites. It's been featured all over the web in various compilations, as its beautiful combination of fresh blueberries, cucumber, and mint make it one of the more refreshing summertime cocktails out there.
  • Blended scotch, St. Germain, lemon juice, Angostura bitters, ginger beer
    The Glasgow Mule, invented by Damon Boelte of Brooklyn, NY's Prime Meats, is a seriously delicious and creative Moscow Mule variation that features blended scotch whisky, St. Germain, and Angostura bitters along with the standard ginger beer and citrus.

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