It wasn’t too long ago that I had a Moscow Mule for the very first time & I’m so glad I was introduced.
Traditionally the Moscow Mule is served in a copper mug – which I love & need. However, I don’t own any. So, my mule is served in a copper gilded glass instead. It offers the same metallic hue, but it’s still not the same! One thing I really love about the Moscow Mule is the simplicity. It only requires 3 ingredients, making it the perfect cocktail for a beginner to try. One thing to take note of, the mixer for this cocktail is ginger beer. I’ve found over time there are all sorts of ginger beer, they range from spicy to sweet. I tend to prefer the spicier versions, which I’ve noticed are generally imported versions & ones you’d find on your ethnic aisle at the store. The sweeter versions are what the local package store offers, which is what I used to make this mule.
The spiciness of the ginger makes this a nice cocktail for winter & the tartness of the lime makes this a pleasant bevvy for the summer.
The Easiest Moscow Mule Recipe