Moscow Mule Variations »

We managed to get the most popular variations of Moscow Mule in this category. Especially the post by Sandy Millet, a veteran Mule fan, covers nearly 20 different kinds of Mules from fresh strawberry Moscow Mule to exotic Mexican Mule. There must be one of these Mule drink variations will suit you no matter what you prefer.



There is no limitation of Moscow Mule ingredients

There is no limitation of Moscow Mule ingredients

moscowmuleadmin May 5, 2016 0

In the beginning Moscow Mule has no complex ingredients, it is just a drink made from ginger beer, vodka, and lime. As the most popular comeback cocktail the traditional Moscow Mule attracts us with

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How to make traditional and personalized Moscow Mule

How to make traditional and personalized Moscow Mule

Sandy Millet August 28, 2015 3

Why to Make Your Moscow Mule Different First as a Moscow Mule addict I am very glad to announce that this fabulous cocktail is officially coming back. You can see this drink on TV

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Moscow Mule and health

Moscow Mule and health

moscowmuleadmin April 14, 2015 7

Moscow Mule low Alcohol drink The Moscow Mule is simple: vodka, lime, ginger beer. Generally speaking Moscow Mule is a low alcohol cocktail compared with other vodka cocktail like Blood Mary or Long island

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Classic Moscow Mule Recipe And its Variations: Shanghai Mule, Kentucky Mule and Gin Gin Mule

Classic Moscow Mule Recipe And its Variations: Shanghai Mule, Kentucky Mule and Gin Gin Mule

moscowmuleadmin December 21, 2013 0

Original  Moscow Mule Recipe 1/2 ounce lime juice 2 ounces vodka 4 to 6 ounces ginger beer 1/2 cup of ice cubes If you want to make you own Moscow Mule, this traditional one

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SCOTTISH MULE THE MOST STICKY VARIATIONS OF MOSCOW MULE

SCOTTISH MULE THE MOST STICKY VARIATIONS OF MOSCOW MULE

moscowmuleadmin December 19, 2013 0

The Scottish Mule stays true to the original formula of the “Moscow Mule.” The only changes that were made were: switching the vodka with a highland Scotch whiskey, using Peychaud’s bitters instead of Angostura

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