Apple Moscow Mule Recipe
Learn how to make an apple Moscow mule.
It’s official: I’m obsessed with Moscow mules and I’m not sorry. This week I experimented with a fall flavor: apple. This apple Moscow Mule was delicious, even though the weather was decidedly un-Fall like.
By the way, the ginger and apple flavor was perfect together. Ginger is just good with everything.
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It was a little overcast when I was taking photos, so my photos feel a little like an art still life. Maybe it’s the apple?
Whatever it was, I’m loving how they turned out. It makes me want to paint still life paintings of apples.
Moscow Mule FAQs
What kind of vodka is in a Moscow Mule?
For this recipe, I used Three Olives Jacked Apple vodka, which is really tasty. Most of the other apple vodkas I found were sour apple, but I wanted this Moscow mule to taste more like fall, so I bought this cinnamon apple vodka.
And what’s better in fall than apple pie?
My husband wasn’t a huge fan of this cocktail, so next time I make it for him, I’ll add lime juice.
You can also use the sour apple vodka if that’s your thing.
- Add cinnamon for an apple pie taste
- Add lime juice to make it more tart
- Caramel vodka will make it taste more like apple cider
Why is a Moscow mule served in a copper mug?
It was originally a marketing ploy, but it turns out that copper mugs are great at keeping drinks cold.
Plus they’re beautiful to look at.
Does ginger beer contain alcohol?
Nope. It’s similar to ginger ale, except that it has more ginger flavor. Ginger beer can be found in the soda aisle at your local grocery store.
Apple Moscow Mule Recipe
Apple Moscow Mule
This apple Moscow mule is perfect for drinking on a Fall day. The apple vodka and ginger beer taste delicious together.
- 1 bottle Ginger beer
- 2 oz Apple Vodka
- Mix ginger beer and vodka.
- Split between two copper mugs.
- Add ice.
Sour apple vodka can be used. You could also add caramel vodka for an apple cider flavor.
If the drink is too sweet, add lime juice.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 159Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 13mgCarbohydrates: 25gFiber: 0gSugar: 25gProtein: 0g
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