The Copper Moscow Mule is a refreshing beverage that will help you kickstart your day. The copper can mugs are hand-crafted and provide an elegant presentation for the drink, which is made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice. The copper mug has been popularized by many celebrities in Hollywood such as Jennifer Aniston who was seen on TV holding one in her hands while she walked around New York City.
The copper Moscow Mule is an affordable drink that will serve as the perfect addition to your collection of cocktail mugs. The mug can be used for a variety of drinks, not just the classic Moscow Mule recipe; it can also hold other cocktails like Bloody Marys and Screwdrivers (also known as Orange Fizzes). You’ll be able to impress your friends with the copper Moscow Mule while also being able to serve them a yummy cold drink.
It’s easy enough for anyone at home, including you, to make the copper Moscow mule by following these three simple steps:
First step- Fill one cup of ice and six ounces of ginger beer in an eight oz copper mug.
Second step- Add two shots (or more) of vodka along with juice from one lime wedge then mix well. This will create that signature bright green color!
Third Step- Stir vigorously before serving up on top of ice or strains into fresh cocktail glass. Start sipping this refreshing beverage as soon as it is ready so it can cool down but not too too long.
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The copper mug is traditionally an eight ounce cup, which holds around two drinks at the most and is enough for one person. If you want your drink to be more diluted then it’s best that you use less vodka in order to avoid a too strong or potent punch. Remember this if you’re planning on drinking many of these! For those who don’t like alcohol but would still like something fizzy and fruity- try using orange juice instead of lime juice in order get the same bright green color without any boozy taste (just note that this recipe will now be called a copper mule).
A drink made with vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice has been around for decades. It’s actually going back to the 60’s that this cocktail was first served in a Moscow bar called Cock ‘n’ Bull Pub. This recipe is often referred to as “The Perfect Drink.” The name comes from the three main ingredients: Vodka (cock) + Ginger Beer (bull) + Lime Juice (perfect). However it gets its more popular Westernized name of Moscow Mule because it was also being served at a hotel near Red Square in Russia during World War II which had American owners who were trying to appeal to their Russian customers by serving them what they thought would be familiar drinks–like Coca-Cola.
The Copper Moscow Mule is a refreshing take on the cocktail drink that you can enjoy throughout the day. This article will help you make this drink, and also provides tips for pairing it with food!
Kickstart your day with the refreshing Copper Moscow Mule. For those of us who are looking to get more vitamin C into our diet, this is an easy way to do so without drinking fruit juice or eating oranges. This article will provide information about how to make a Copper Moscow Mule as well as what foods are best paired with it.
I’ve found the secret to feeling great all day long is a healthy and refreshing drink I call the Copper Moscow Mule. This drink has given me more energy, helped with my digestion, boosted my immune system, increased digestive enzymes and probiotics in my gut…and it tastes SO good! All you need is 1/2 cup of vodka or gin (I prefer copper mugs!), juice from half of a lime that’s been squeezed into your glass for an extra citrus kick, water from one whole cucumber sliced thinly and brewed tea bag. Add ice cubes to fill about 3/4th of the mug then stir until chilled. Garnish with a slice of lime and enjoy!
What could be more refreshing and quenching on a hot summer day than a Moscow Mule? This copper mug is the perfect vessel for making not only one of the most popular cocktails, but also for any drink you want to make. The copper reacts with acidic drinks like lemon juice or lime juice to create that tangy taste we all love in our Moscow Mules. And when it’s not being used as an alcohol receptacle, this mug can be filled with tea or coffee!