Since the end of World War II, Moscow Mules have been a popular drink. A remake of the drink became a global sensation in the 21st century and it is now one of the hottest bar drinks of all time. As a result of this resurgence, the Moscow mule became popular for the first time with a new generation of drinkers. . Make a delicious Moscow mule using just vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice. Making it is quick and easy. It does not require shaking or any special equipment, so anyone can do it.
There have also been a few misconceptions resulting in the use of ginger ale in excess. The snappy spice of this vodka cocktail provides a refreshing and invigorating taste that is great for every occasion. A copper mug is how you should serve your Moscow mule if you want to go the traditional way. The mug makes for a handsome cocktail, as well as keeping it chilled even in the heat. Besides giving the drink a nice taste, some people believe it adds a nice touch to it. You can drink it in a regular glass instead of a mug and it will be equally refreshing.
- The lime juice makes a world of difference in any cocktail, and it is very noticeable in this recipe. The sour kick it adds to the flavor is to die for.
- You may squeeze the flesh of a half lime or two lime wedges right into the glass (to taste).
The original British version of ginger beer did include alcohol, contrary to it’s name. In most cases, modern ginger beer is a soft drink and a spicy version of ginger ale made with fresh ginger roots. Drinking good ginger beers straight and mixing them into cocktails is an excellent idea.