There’s nothing quite like a Moscow Mule Recipe on a hot summer day, and this refreshing drink is perfect for anyone who loves a good cocktail.
Moscow Mules are easy to make and can be customized to your liking. You can use any vodka or rum, and you can add any fruit or flavor you like. The most important part of making a Moscow Mule is selecting the right ginger beer.
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What exactly is a Moscow mule?
A Moscow mule is a traditional beverage made with vodka and ginger beer that dates back to the 1940s. It’s actually a cocktail in the buck family: a cocktail mixed with vodka, ginger ale or ginger beer, and citrus juice.
So it’s also known as a vodka buck! This traditional cocktail is one of the International Bartender Association’s approved cocktails. A Moscow mule is officially defined as:
- Ginger Beer
- Juice of lime
How do you make a mule?
Because the carbonation in the ginger beer is so important in a Moscow mule, it is not shaken in a cocktail shaker. To keep the carbonation intact, it’s simply blended in the cup and poured over ice. There’s no need for a cocktail shaker! This makes it one of the simplest cocktail recipes available. Here’s what you should do:
Fill a copper mug halfway with the ingredients. (Why is a copper mug used? Continue reading…)
Garnish with lime and ice cubes. It’s that easy!
25 Classic and Fruity Best Moscow Mule Recipes
It’s fizzy and tart, looks great, and is easy to drink. Meet the traditional Moscow Mule! It simply just three ingredients and takes three minutes to prepare, making it ideal for parties or a relaxing evening on the patio. It’s one of our favorite beverages of all time, aside from the margarita. But, truly, how can we choose only one? Here’s how to make a cool vodka cocktail!
This cocktail has nothing to do with Moscow or mules, but no one will notice after a few swallows of this vodka, ginger beer, and lime mix. If you’re looking for a refreshing drink to enjoy in the summertime, you should try the Moscow Cocktail Recipe. This cocktail is made with vodka, ginger beer and lime juice and is a favorite among many.
An Old Fashioned Moscow Mule combines an old fashioned drink with a Moscow mule! When you combine two of your favorite cocktails, the flavors merge in a unique and balanced way. It’ll be the highlight of your next party!
As you all know, I love Old Fashioneds and Moscow Mules. I’ve prepared apple pie, strawberry rhubarb, earl grey, smoked orange, and sparkling grapefruit Old Fashioned cocktails.
These Margarita Moscow Mules are the perfect marriage of two of your favorite drinks! Margaritas and Moscow Mules, please! This recipe is a wonderful margarita twist on the classic Moscow Mule, presented in a beautiful copper cup.
This is one of those weeks where I think we should celebrate just getting to Friday. Not in a terrible manner, I mean. Just when you’ve had one of those hectic weeks and you’re ready to slip into your pi’s and pour yourself a glass of dessert.
Fruity Moscow Mule Recipe
A Fruity variation fo the Moscow Mule make with fruits such as strawberry, blackberry, pineapple, orange, and many more.
This Strawberry Moscow Mule recipe is a sweet and tangy take on the classic beverage! This mixed drink, made with fresh strawberries, lime juice, ginger beer, and vodka, is ideal for the spring and summer months. It makes one drink but can be made into a pitcher.
This Passion Fruit Moscow Mule has a tropical twist that creates major vacation vibes! It’s perfect for enjoying on a patio or to celebrate a special occasion, even if that just means making it through a long Monday.
Now that I’ve been making them at home, I’m starting to prefer my concoctions to what I get at restaurants, especially this Passion Fruit Moscow Mule! It contains the basics of an original Moscow Mule with a tropical twist. Its fresh, fruity, and fun flavors make it irresistible!
Spicy Mango Moscow Mule with crushed jalapeo, chilled vodka, fresh mango purée, lime juice, and a generous pour of cool Q Mixers Ginger Beer begins with mild fruitiness and concludes with a lasting spiciness that begs for another drink.
The Spicy Mango Moscow Mule combines the fruity, lingering spiciness of a spicy mango margarita with the warm ginger of a Moscow mule for my new favorite beverage!
I enjoy mango drinks and anything that combines fruit and spice, particularly Moscow mules. And this one has everything! Fresh mango puree adds fruitiness, ginger beer adds warmth, and chili pepper adds lingering heat.
Blackberries are an excellent addition to a Moscow Mule. They add a delicious freshness to the drink that complements the ginger’s sharpness well.
I enjoy pulling out the copper mugs, washing them till they sparkle, and then filling them with the gingery sweetness that is a Moscow mule.
In fact, the inclusion of blackberry makes these cocktails even easier to drink – which is both good and bad depending on how early you have to get up the next day!
This Cranberry Moscow Mule is a wonderful take on a traditional beverage that is excellent for the fall season. Make a single drink in minutes or a large batch for parties!
You might think ginger beer is alcoholic, but it is not. While some variants contain alcohol, the majority are simply carbonated sour drinks. The booziness of a Moscow mule is due to the use of vodka.
The combination of ginger beer and fresh grapefruit in this Grapefruit Moscow Mule strikes the perfect mix of spicy freshness. Making a deliciously refreshing drink
Perfect for sipping with friends on the porch, during a bridal shower, or at a holiday celebration. For a larger crowd, this quantity can easily be doubled, tripled, or even multiplied by 24.
It goes without saying that I enjoy a nice mule cocktail, and now that the weather is warming up, you can find me sipping on one.
11. Watermelon Mule
Watermelon is a popular summer fruit, and it can easily be turned into a delicious drink with just a few simple steps.
To make this watermelon mule, all you need are some ice cubes, watermelon, vodka, and lime juice. In a shaker filled with ice, combine the watermelon and vodka. Shake well and strain into a glass. Squeeze the lime over the drink and enjoy!
At any time of year, this Orange Moscow Mule recipe is refreshing and tasty. They’re also really simple to prepare.
If you like vodka and orange juice, take it to the next level with an Orange Moscow Mule cocktail and you will never look back.
Oranges are traditionally a winter fruit, but they are accessible all year and are reasonably priced, making this a fantastic cocktail to serve a party.
The Blueberry Moscow Mule cocktail recipe is a quick and simple way to enjoy a refreshing, fruity Moscow mule! Fresh blueberries are blended with lime and mint to create a fruity mule without the need for sugar!
When it comes to blueberry harvesting, I’m always a touch too enthusiastic. Every summer, we fill up the car with buckets and plenty of free labor (four kids) and threaten them with freshly homemade blueberry delicacies until their quota is met.
This is a gourmet twist on a classic cocktail. A Moscow mule is typically vodka mixed with lime and ginger ale.
This version of the Passion Fruit & Ginger mule utilizes homemade fresh root ginger, lime, and passion fruit syrup sweetened with Sola sweetener; a truly memorable cocktail, depending on how many of them you drink of course…
This Fresh Pineapple Mint Moscow Mule would undoubtedly be a crowd pleaser towards the end of July!
Adults can sort of self-serve their beverages this way, and we won’t need to hire servers. After all, we’re not going all out for this party.
Something special and nice – a way to commemorate our marriage and have a modest vow ceremony for the friends and family who couldn’t make it to our official wedding last summer.
Looking for a tasty cocktail this spring? Try my delightful Sparkling Kiwi Strawberry Moscow Mule made with low-carb sparkling water!
This sparkling kiwi strawberry Moscow Mule is the ideal summer drink. The vodka, lime juice, and sparkling strawberry make it a fruity flavor that will have you feeling relaxed and on vacation!
This raspberry moscow mule is a delicious (but not overly sweet) take on a traditional beverage.
The handmade raspberry simple syrup gives a lot more raspberry flavor than muddled raspberries in other variations of this cocktail.
This light and refreshing cocktail is ideal for a sunny evening.
For those who want a nonalcoholic version, it makes an excellent mocktail.
This cocktail is ideal for the holidays! With a splash of scarlet from the pomegranate and a warming, softly spiced touch from the ginger beer, it’s perfect for the winter holidays.
A simple celebratory cocktail. It’s very easy to make with just a few ingredients.
A delectable take on a classic.
Moscow Mules are one of the most popular cocktails, and this pomegranate Moscow Mule is a lovely twist on the classic. The pomegranate complements the ginger beer perfectly.
With this delightful Peach Moscow Mule, you can add a peach twist to your favorite summer cocktail! It’s tasty, refreshing, and easy to make. For the ultimate summer cocktail, serve it in an ice-cold copper mug with sliced peaches on top.
If you’re looking for a refreshing drink on a hot day, consider making a cherry mule. This drink is easy to make and can be enjoyed by all. Here’s how to make it: mix together 1 part cherry liqueur and 3 parts ginger ale. Serve over ice and enjoy!
There is a long history of cherry mules being consumed as a refreshing summer drink. This recipe begins with brewing cherry juice and then adding sweetened carbonated water to make a full-bodied, effervescent drink. The cherry mule can also be made with bourbon, rye whiskey, or other types of spirits.
When you need to unwind, try this delicious and bubbly Blood Orange Moscow Mule. It’s packed with zesty tastes like orange, peach, and lime, and it’s finished with icy cold ginger beer!
Cocktails taste even better when served in stunning and one-of-a-kind glasses! I saw these stunning copper cocktail glasses online and looked everywhere but couldn’t find them. But when I inquired if they could be found on Instagram, you people came through—and I am SO grateful! Just look at these incredible mugs!
This Pina Colada Moscow Mule is perfect for soaking up the sun because it has a tropical flavor and is cold and refreshing! However, this recipe is delicious at any time of year! The recipe can easily be doubled or tripled!
This straightforward cocktail is bursting with bright, fresh citrus tastes. The citrus flavor of this Moscow Mule is enhanced by grapefruit juice, lime juice, and orange liqueur. It’s a simple drink for spring or summer that’s a great complement to any celebration.
This seasonal take on the classic mule cocktail yields a refreshing sipper that’s perfect for any occasion! Apple Cider Moscow Mules are simple to make, and even those who don’t like mixed drinks will enjoy them because of their light, crisp flavors. Included is a mocktail version.
Who wouldn’t love a Moscow Mule made with vodka and ginger beer? If you’re following a ketogenic diet, this low carb variation is perfect for you. All you need is some simple ingredients and a little bit of time to make this delicious drink.
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FAQs on Moscow Mules
What can I substitute for ginger beer in a Moscow Mule?
Ginger ale, which is sweeter, bubblier, and less hazy, is an alternative to ginger beer. Those who prefer beverages with a more strong and zesty flavor will enjoy the best ginger beer for Moscow mules.
Is ginger beer better for you than ginger ale?
Because both ginger ale and ginger beer have similar amounts of calories, fat, protein, and fiber, the choice comes down to personal preference.
Is ginger beer an anti-inflammatory drink?
Ginger beer, believe it or not, can benefit you if you have osteoarthritis, arthritis, hepatitis, esophagitis, gastritis, or other sorts of body inflammation. When you consume ginger on a regular basis, its active ingredients effectively reduce pain and inhibit inflammation.