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Moscow Mule Day is March 3rd: Drink Recipes

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March 3rd is National Moscow Mule Day!

In celebration, I'm sharing a few classic / unique spins on Moscow Mule recipes!



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Classic Moscow Mule

Recipe Credit: Brooklyn Crafted

Ingredients:


  • 1 ½ ounces vodka

  • 1 ½ ounces lime juice

  • 4 oz Brooklyn Crafted Extra Spicy Ginger Beer



Directions:

In a Moscow mule mug, combine the listed ingredients and pour over ice. Stir, garnish with a lime and enjoy!


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Strawberry Basil Mule

Recipe Credit: Brooklyn Crafted

Ingredients:


  • 8 Strawberries

  • Half a Lime

  • Basil Sprig  
     
  • 1.5oz Premium Vodka

  • 3.5oz Brooklyn Crafted Mini Lemon Lime Ginger Beer



Directions:

Muddle fresh strawberries (roughly 6), 2 lime wedges and basil in a copper mule mug. Top with Ice, Vodka and Brooklyn Crafted. Garnish with Strawberry and Lime wedge and basil leaves.



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Sparkling Mule

Recipe Credit: Sparkling Ice

Ingredients:


  • 1½ oz. vodka

  • 5 oz. Sparkling Ice Ginger Lime

  • Lime wedge and mint for garnish (optional)


Directions:

Fill your copper mug with ice to allow it to get it cold. Pour the vodka over the ice and top with Sparkling Ice Ginger Lime then stir. Garnish with a lime wedge and fresh mint then serve.




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Moscow Mule

Recipe Credit: Purity Vodka


Ingredients:


  • 2 parts Purity Vodka



  • ½ part fresh squeezed lime juice



  • ½ part Domaine de Canton



  • 1 part ginger beer



Directions:

Add Purity Vodka, lime juice and Domain de Canton to a shaker with ice and shake until ice cold. Strain into a copper mug (or glass) over crushed ice. Top with ginger beer and garnish with lime wheel and mint.



Remember to drink responsively! 



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