How to Make a Moscow Muel Cocktail (3 ingredients)

A Moscow Mule is a popular 1950's cocktail.  It is simple and refreshing!   It is traditionally served in a copper cup "on the rocks" poured over ice and consists of lime juice, vodka and ginger beer.  In this version, I substituted ginger ale for the ginger beer. 

Ingredients
2 ounces vodka
3 to 4 ounces of ginger ale (depending on how tart you enjoy your cocktail - the less ginger ale, the more lime flavored it is)
1 ounce of lime juice

Mix all of the ingredients and serve in a copper mug or Collins style glass over ice. 




Tips for measuring:
Mikasa Cheers Shot Glasses, Set of 6
A traditional small shot glass [seen here on the left] is one ounce.  The taller narrow shot glass is 2 ounces [seen on the right].

 

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How to Make a Moscow Muel Cocktail (3 ingredients)

A Moscow Mule is a popular 1950's cocktail.  It is simple and refreshing!   It is traditionally served in a copper cup "on the rocks" poured over ice and consists of lime juice, vodka and ginger beer.  In this version, I substituted ginger ale for the ginger beer. 

Ingredients
2 ounces vodka
3 to 4 ounces of ginger ale (depending on how tart you enjoy your cocktail - the less ginger ale, the more lime flavored it is)
1 ounce of lime juice

Mix all of the ingredients and serve in a copper mug or Collins style glass over ice. 




Tips for measuring:
Mikasa Cheers Shot Glasses, Set of 6
A traditional small shot glass [seen here on the left] is one ounce.  The taller narrow shot glass is 2 ounces [seen on the right].

 

"LIKE" Christine is cooking - christineiscooking.com on facebook at http://www.facebook.com/christineiscooking




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I LOVE to hear from my readers! Because of spam comments, I have to review all comments before they are published. I check and respond to comments at least once daily. Thanks, Christine