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What’s the best recipe for a Moscow Mule? It’s my husband’s favorite drink and I want to make it for him!

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6 Answers

  1. Joan Ross wrote on :

    this is from Esquire:

    Ingredients

    1/2 ounce lime juice
    2 ounces vodka
    4 to 6 ounces ginger beer

    Glass Type: Collins glass
    Instructions

    Squeeze lime juice into a Collins glass (or Moscow Mule mug) and drop in the spent shell. Add 2 or 3 ice cubes, then pour in the vodka and fill with cold ginger beer (not ginger ale, although what the hell). Serve with a stirring rod.

    The Moscow Mule is not, by the way, the first silly vodka drink. That distinction belongs to the Blue Monday, first printed in the English Savoy bar book in 1930. The BM, which appears to have been quite popular in Europe, mixes vodka with a splash of Cointreau, which is just a superior brand of triple sec or white curaçao, and blue food coloring. It’s a simple step to premix the curaçao and the dye, yielding blue curaçao — the first artificial liqueur (have you ever seen a blue-orange?).

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    • Lina Perl wrote on :

      this is great!! Thanks, Apple Pie. Love the info about the Blue Monday…

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  2. JeaneMarie Hall wrote on :

    Servings: Serves 1
    Ingredients

    1 ounce vodka
    1 tsp. sugar syrup
    Fresh lime juice
    1/2 cup ginger beer
    1 sprig fresh mint
    1 slice of lime
    This is Oprah’s recipe very nice but ya gotta use the copper cup.
    Directions
    In a copper mug, pour vodka over ice. Add sugar syrup and lime juice. Top with ginger beer and stir. Garnish with mint sprig and lime slice.

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  3. Teri Newman wrote on :

    1 ounce vodka
    1 tsp. sugar syrup
    Fresh lime juice
    1/2 cup ginger beer
    1 sprig fresh mint
    1 slice of lime

    pour vodka over ice. Add sugar syrup and lime juice. Top with ginger beer and stir. Garnish with mint sprig and lime slice.

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