Recipes

The Organic Moscow Mule Cocktail

This refreshing summer cocktail using ginger beer and vodka is perfect for all those fantastic pool parties and summer BBQs.

The Organic Moscow Mule Cocktail

With summer peeking around the corner, it is time to cool down with an organic Moscow Mule cocktail. I wanted to take the liberty of sharing how to whip together this quick drink that could be a conversation starter at every occasion. Enjoy!

What is the Organic Moscow Mule Cocktail?

Stemming from one of the most popular times in the history of vodka, the Moscow Mule is a 1950s cocktail that traditionally combines ginger beer, your favorite organic vodka, and a hint of lime. It is an easy, refreshing drink to help cool down in the summer days.

Ingredients

  • 2 oz – Square One Organic Vodka
  • 3 oz – Ginger Beer
  • ½ of a Lime

Directions

Mix all ingredients in a traditional Moscow Mule mug, or highball glass, with ice. Stir and top with a lime wheel. Enjoy!

 

The Organic Moscow Mule Cocktail recipe is shared from Liquor.com.

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