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My friend Ali gave me the idea for this concoction and the rest is history!

The mule was born in Manhattan but "stalled" on the West Coast for the duration. The birthplace of "Little Moscow" was in New York's Chatham Hotel. That was back in 1941 when the first carload of Jack Morgan's Cock 'n' Bull ginger beer was railing over the plains to give New Yorkers a happy surprise…

This cocktail will leave a refreshing spicy taste in your mouth. Smooth yet a subtle sip will make your taste buds tingle!

Similar to the Gin Basil can play with different types of herbs that you love! Taking a simple recipe and adding your own signature twist can be so much fun - great to share with your fave pals. Zoom in your friends and have a blast!


2 oz bourbon

½ oz fresh lime juice

Spicy ginger far the best is the spicy ginger beer made by The Great Jamaican Ginger Co.

3-4 dash of Angostura bitters

Garnish with mint sprigs and lime wedge


1. Add bourbon and lime juice to a Moscow mule copper mug or highball glass

2. Add 3-4 dash of angostura bitters

3. Fill the mug with ice

4. Add spicy ginger beer

5. Stir

6. Garnish with fresh mint sprig and lime wedge



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