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Moscow Mule Mugs Cheap

What's old is new again. The moscow mule has been revived. And you simply must drink it out of a copper mug! Yum

Moscow Mule Glass

Stainless steel takes on a coppery finish as a maintenance-free alternative to the traditional copper cup used to serve this 1950s classic cocktail of lime juice, vodka, ginger beer and plenty of ice. Stainless steel with brushed copper-plated finishHand washMade in India.

How to Make a Moscow Mule cocktail - Liquor.com

A strong, Russian workhorse of a drink. Top San Francisco bartender H. Joseph Ehrmann shows you how to make a Moscow Mule. Read the full description & be sure to share, favorite and comment on the video!

How to Make a Moscow Mule Cocktail - Bartending Bootcamp

Ingredients: 1/4 oz Lime Juice 1 tsp Simple Syrup 3 oz Ginger Beer 2 oz Vodka Garnish with: Mint Lime Wheel Support us by getting the word out: follow and retweet http://twitter.com/bartendingboot Like on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bartendingbootcamp 1+ on google https://plus.google.com/108847205439234622159/posts Pin like a drunk http://pinterest.com/bartendingboot/ Subscribe to my blog http://bartendingbootcamp.com/blog & tell all of your friends!

Moscow Mule Vodka Cocktail Recipe

Cocktail recipe for a Moscow Mule, a a popular and refreshing highball mixed drink of vodka and ginger beer that helped make vodka popular in the United States.

Copper Moscow Mule Mug

Copper Moscow Mule Mug - 18 oz Medium As all good mixologists know, the cocktail, Moscow Mule was the way vodka was introduced into America in the 1940s. By the 1950s it was all the rage. Today, it is the #1 selling spirit in America.

Moscow Mule Mug Cheap

MOSCOW MULE
2 oz (60 ml) vodka
3 oz (90 ml) ginger beer
1 oz (30 ml) lime juice
Build in an ice-filled highball glass or copper mug. Garnish with a lime wedge.
Dating from around 1946, this was perhaps the first drink created in America that specifically used vodka.