9 Riffs on the Classic Recipe for a Moscow Mule
What's tangy, refreshing and served in a copper mug? These nine Moscow mule variations, which you'll want to sip all year round!
Move over, margarita: There’s a new drink on the menu for this week’s Taco Tuesday. Made with tequila, orange liqueur and jalapenos, this Mexican mule we found on What Should I Make For pairs perfectly with all sorts of Mexican recipes that will feed a crowd.
Moscow Mule Jell-O Shots
Give the Jell-O shots of your younger days a classy grown-up spin by using traditional Moscow mule ingredients. Take the cue of A Beautiful Mess and make these boozy bites in simple squares or get creative with different-shaped molds, like stars or spheres.
Blackberry Basil Moscow Mule
If there’s one thing we know for sure, it’s that fresh basil can make almost anything better, including this must-make mule from Host the Toast. Perfect for the warmer months when you have berries and herbs aplenty, it takes less than five minutes to throw together.
Blood Orange Champagne Mule
Found: Your new favorite party drink. Skip the classic copper mug and do like Half Baked Harvest does and serve this elegant aperitif in fancy flutes instead. But first, follow this step-by-step guide on how to open a champagne bottle the right way.
Pumpkin Apple Spice Mule
Pumpkin spice latte by day, pumpkin spice mule by night. This seasonal sip, courtesy of Natalie’s Orchard Island Juice Co., is all about the fall flavors, with pumpkin apple juice and crisp apple slices as a garnish. All that’s missing is a fire, a pair of flannel PJs and one of these hot cocoa recipes for the kiddos.
Maui Moscow Mule
Have you ever seen a more colorful cocktail? Correct answer: No. The Crumby Kitchen’s Maui Moscow mule, with layers of pink, purple and blue, makes us dream of white sand beaches and shady palm trees. But if a Hawaiian getaway isn’t in your future, throw your own taste-cation with these island-inspired recipes.