If you haven’t run into a Moscow Mule out at the bar, it’s time to give one a try. A definite crowd pleaser. Enjoy these 26 crafted Moscow Mule Recipes…
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1. Spice Ginger Pear Mule
Getting to sit down with local craftsmen is always such a pleasure. To get to enjoy not only quality cocktails and appetizers, but quality conversation as well is one of my favorite aspects of my job.
2. Grapefruit-Rosemary Mule
Try this Grapefruit-Rosemary Mule recipe, or contribute your own.
3. Summer Mule
Grab your cocktail shaker and crack open a fresh bottle of ginger beer; you’re in for a guaranteed good cocktail hour with this beverage.
4. Moscow Mule Jell-O Shots
HOLY SHIT. JELLO SHOTS ARE AWESOME.
Sorry for the yelling and profanity, but I ate three jello shots before sitting down to write this, and dear God. This is the best day of my life. I’m so excited you’re here!!
5. Star-Spangled Mule
Today we are toasting America with my recipe for this Star-Spangled Mule. It’s a classic Moscow Mule recipe with a twist, thanks to summer-fresh berries and a super special garnish.
6. Moscow Blue
The basic Moscow Mule can seem simple or timeworn, but this drink is anything but boring. There are dozens of easy variations that will make this drink seem brand-new in just a few seconds. And none of them are much harder than the original recipe itself. Vodka, ginger beer, lime, enjoy!
7. Cranberry Apple Moscow Mule
Cranberry Apple Moscow Mule. Or Cran-Apple Moscow Mule if the first is too much of a tongue twister. If you’re hosting a holiday part or get together and need something that it’s fitting of the season and something that most everybody will love, give this cocktail a shake.
8. Cranberry Pomegranate Moscow Mule
A traditional Moscow Mule gets a seasonal and festive makeover with this recipe for a Cranberry Pomegranate Moscow Mule. Served adorned with skewered sugared cranberries, this drink can be made with gin or vodka and is the perfect party drink!
9. Tokyo Mule
You all know how much we love our Moscow Mules here at Sugar and Charm…and this
refreshing Tokyo Mule Recipe is no exception!
10. Elderberry Moscow Mule
I’m not a big drinker, I’d usually rather save my calories for chocolate cake or pop-tarts, but for those fun nights out or when hosting an event, I always love to have a signature cocktail. I always like it to be an easy recipe that I can whip up in a few minutes but that tastes delicious (which is why I love my lavender frosé recipe so much!). This Elderberry Moscow Mule recipe is just that – easy & delicious.
11. Cranberry Moscow Mule
A good, traditional moscow mule is a long-time classic cocktail. It is easy to make, easy to order, and universally loved. You can make it with your favorite varieties of alcohol and add whatever twists you prefer. Like this Cranberry Moscow Mule.
12. Double Strawberry Moscow Mule
These are called Double Strawberry Moscow Mules thanks to the combination of fresh strawberries + strawberry preserves. I really like using fruit preserves in Moscow Mules, because it’s such an easy way to add flavor to a basic mixed drink with an ingredient you almost always have in your fridge.
13. Moscow Water-Mule-On
This drink is so pretty in pink it might make Elle Woods jealous. It’s bright and festive. It’s refreshing. And to top it off, all that watermelon means it’s hydrating, so have as many as you want! (Or at least that’s what I tell myself.) This variation really amps up the already cool, refreshing nature of the classic Mule.
14. Jalapeno Cucumber Mule
Have you been dying from the heat this summer, or is it just me? It has been so unbelievably hot here in Los Angeles! I’ve been experiencing some crazy cabin fever because it’s too hot to go out, so I decided I needed to make some fun, ice cold cocktails to take the edge off this heat, and I decided to go with these Jalapeño-Cucumber Mules with copper mugs overflowing with ice!
15. Cranberry Moscow Mule
I made this drink with vodka, but you can also use gin or cranberry moonshine. This is a deliciously adaptable drink! I buy my Ginger Beer (non-alcoholic) at Trader Joe’s.
16. Pineapple Moscow Mule
As summer turns to fall, one of the best cocktails to help you make the transition is the classic Moscow Mule. But of course, I always try to give every classic cocktail a twist, so with this delicious libation, I thought adding some fresh pineapple juice would harken back to summer while the ginger flavors usher us into fall.
17. Strawberry Moscow Mule
Mint Strawberry Moscow Mule is the perfect summer cocktail. Made with vodka and ginger beer, it’s super easy and our go-to drink these days!
18. Blackberry & Mint Mule
Cool off with this berry-infused fizzy drink.
19. Cranberry Twist Mule
One simply can’t enjoy a perfectly-made moscow mule without sipping it from a copper mug. I had my first moscow mule in a copper mug and let’s just say it was a wonderful drinking mug experience. I learned everything about the history of the moscow mule that day and how 100% authentic copper mugs (no inner linings) are what make the Moscow Mule true to its history and unique in its taste.
20. Ginger Peach Moscow Mule
I absolutely adore summer, and though we may be approaching the end of it for the year, I’m not quite ready to say goodbye just yet. Hence this perfectly timed Ginger Peach Moscow Mule cocktail!
21. Classic Moscow Mules
The Classic Moscow Mule is a tasty and brisk cocktail that is simple to make with only 3 ingredients. The Classic Moscow Mule is made with fresh squeezed lime juice, vodka, and ginger beer. This thirst-quenching combination is one that everyone loves.
22. Holiday Moscow Mule Recipe
They were a hit! Everyone loved them!
23. Watermelon Moscow Mule
You might have to wait until the summertime (when watermelons are in season) but you’ll be the talk of your next BBQ when you fire up this tasty twist: the watermelon Moscow Mule.
24. The Irish Mule
On a fresh mid-March day, the combination of vodka, lime and ginger beer is invigorating. But since today is Saint Patrick’s Day, I’ve decided to replace the vodka with Irish whiskey. I’ve also added mint to accentuate the ginger and lime. This is a perfect drink for parties since it’s easy to put together and everyone can make their own, leaving you, the host, to relax and enjoy your evening even more.
25. Harvest Moscow Mule Cocktail
Classic drinks like the Moscow Mule are always a good idea. But give it a little twist, like this Fall infused rendition and it will instantly shoot to your favorites list. Best sipped with a cozy sweater on and your nearest dearest gathered round the fire. Or on a random Monday. That totally works too.
26. Georgia Peach Moscow Mule
A quick tip about getting the most flavor out of your herb garnish (I always prefer fresh mint, but basil would be divine too): the best way to release the aromatics is to lay the herb flat in your palm and then smash/clap your hands together just once. People love to muddle and chop up mint, but it’s actually the worst way to release the flavor!