You’ve seen those stunning copper mugs on social media, right?
So why not buy some and try these sensational Moscow mule recipes?! They’re beyond delish and will make your Insta feed shine.
Believe it or not, this classic (and scrumptious!) vodka cocktail only needs three ingredients.
Just stir fresh lime juice with decent vodka and fizzy ginger beer (alcoholic or not).
That simple blend is guaranteed to cool you off during a hot, balmy day.
But did you know you can substitute vodka for pretty much any liquor, and you’ve got a whole new drink? It’s true!
From rum and tequila to smoky mezcal, these Moscow mule recipes are too good to resist.
Classic Moscow Mule Cocktail and More!
Before we get into all the fantastic variations of this tasty summer cocktail, let’s start with the basics.
You’ll love this classic Moscow mule recipe for its ease and simplicity. And if you’re a purist at heart, it’s by far the best of the bunch.
For the tastiest Moscow mule around, use Titos and Fever-Tree (vodka and ginger beer).
Oh, and always use fresh lime juice!
Everyone buys a jar of moonshine if they visit Kentucky. And this is one of the best ways to use it up when you get home.
This moonshine mule recipe provides the perfect combination of gingery citrus with a powerful kick!
If you find vodka isn’t quite strong enough, this is the drink for you.
Every sip warms you up from head to toe.
3. Mexican Mule
As a massive margarita lover, this is one of my favorite Moscow mule variations. And it’s especially delicious with the spicy garnish!
You’ll use tequila instead of vodka, which adds a little more flavor and complexity to every sip.
But the key ingredient here is the jalapeño garnish. Trust me, it’s a must!
The spiciness mixes so perfectly with the heat of the ginger beer. It’s such a fun twist on the typically clean classic.
4. Ancho Mule
From one fun south-of-the-border recipe to another, this ancho mule might become your next fall staple.
You’ll love how the chile liqueur and tequila add a smoky savoriness to every sip. But the ice keeps things just cool enough that you’ll want seconds right away.
Next time you’re looking for that perfect cocktail to serve when the weather gets chilly, give the ancho mule a try.
Now, here’s a rendition you’ve gotta try! And no, there’s no tequila in this recipe.
Instead, you’ll use a mix of gin, jalapeños, and ginger beer. Each element brings an enjoyable mouthfeel, making your palate crave more.
It’s refreshing, cool, and loaded with fun flavors. No deck lounging is complete without a tumbler full of this bright drink.
If you love a cold glass of strawberry limeade on a humid day, you’ll go nuts for this adult version.
Can you think of a better combination than strawberry, lime, and ginger beer?
Each sip is so fruity and tart that you won’t want to share.
Botanical gin and spiced ginger beer is a combination that’s sure to make your mouth water.
This gin-gin mule cocktail tastes almost like a mojito but with a gingery aftertaste.
Does it get any better?
Just combine lime juice with gin, mint, simple syrup, and ginger beer to concoct a drool-worthy and unique summer staple. Yum!
8. Mezcal Mule
I had to include this recipe because I’m a little obsessed with mezcal at the moment.
Its smoky flavor is just so irresistible. And when you mix it with lime juice and ginger beer, it’s borderline addictive!
Each sip is bubbly with sweet and tangy flavors. Then you get a smoky aftertaste that’ll make your head spin (in a good way).
This drink goes down dangerously easy, so make sure to drink responsibly!
Any cocktail with watermelon is a win in my book.
I mean, how can you beat pink sugary sweetness combined with ice and liquor?
And all you have to do is blend the fruit and add it to a classic Moscow mule recipe. How easy is that?
Each sip will cool you off and warm you up in the best way possible.
Of course, you’ll likely need to add a little extra vodka. I suggest tasting it as you go until it’s perfect.
One sip of this pineapple Moscow mule will transport you to the tropics. It’s sweet, tart, and wonderfully warm.
The lime and pineapple work together so well. Meanwhile, that hint of heat from the ginger beer rounds it out perfectly.
If you’re looking for an elevated take on this timeless summer drink, here’s one recipe you won’t forget.
This blood orange and thyme Moscow mule provides a unique sensory experience for your tongue. And it looks incredible too!
Between the deep sweetness of the blood orange and the light herbaceousness of the thyme, your palate will go crazy.
Who said Moscow mules are just for summer?
Thanks to this drink recipe, you can enjoy a cool refresher in the winter months too.
If you go crazy for mulled wine, then this recipe will blow your mind.
The ginger beer spice works perfectly with apple cider’s subtle warmth. But feel free to add some cinnamon stick too!
You’ll complement this dynamic duo with a spritz of lime and vodka for the ultimate cocktail experience. Yum!
This is one pretty drink you’ll crave all summer long. There’s no denying that the color is the best thing about this drink.
That is… until you take a sip!
And boy, oh boy, is that first sip good! So good, in fact, you’ll want a second right away (and a third!).
This striking cocktail will delight your guests and sit gracefully on any patio table.
If blueberries are too sweet for you, try this raspberry version on for size. It’ll knock your socks off with bright, fruity flavors of pure deliciousness.
You’ll love this sparkling pink drink for patio hangs with friends when the weather warms up.
I like to use raspberry vodka to boost the flavor. But if they’re fresh, real raspberries should be more than enough.
If you want to enjoy your favorite ginger-lime cocktail during the holiday season, then this recipe is for you.
Cranberries add a nice tartness to this sweet drink, mixing perfectly with the spicy ginger beer and zesty vodka.
And in those stunning copper mugs, this drink is a gift in itself!
Okay, how does it get any better than this?
Imagine sipping on this delectable drink and having flavors of sweet mango, tart lime, and zingy ginger beer wash over your palate.
Mmm…I’m drooling already!
This is by far the best way to beat the summer heat. So, the next time the forecast is looking a little balmy, keep this invigorating cocktail in mind.
This four-ingredient wonder will steal the spotlight at your next dinner party.
Bright, fresh, and totally mouth-watering, all you need for this baby is to combine ginger beer with vodka, lime, and orange slices. That’s it!
That said, if you really want to amp up the fancy meter, feel free to add some candied ginger and lime wedges as a garnish.
I’d describe this pink Moscow mule as delicately delicious.
Each sip delights your palate with the subtle flavor of grapefruit and rosemary – along with the cooling taste of iced vodka, of course.
It’s ideal if you’re hosting a garden party or springtime brunch.
The slightly bitter herbaceous flavors blend beautifully with the sweet warmth of the ginger beer, making this cocktail an absolute homerun.
19. Irish Mule
If you celebrate Saint Patrick’s Day a little closer to the equator, then why not cool off with this Irish mule?
It tastes just like the classic Moscow mule you know and love, but with the added bite of Irish whiskey to keep things interesting.
I think peach and ginger beer go together like peas and carrots.
The sweetness of peach is accentuated by the spice of the carbonated ginger beer, creating a unique experience you’ll swoon over.
Delight your dinner guests by concocting this fantastic cocktail. Trust me, you won’t regret it.
BONUS: Dark and Stormy Cocktail
I couldn’t end a list of Moscow Mule cocktails without my all-time fave!
I know, I know…I say that a lot. But this ginger beer, lime juice, and dark rum cocktail is something special.
It’s spiced, deeply flavorful, and pretty much to die for.
I like this year-round, but it’s especially yummy on a cold, wet night. It’s a Dark & Stormy, after all!
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