Moscow Mule

easy

Moscow Mule

herbal, strong | Vol.%: high

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Whether at a high concept bar or a rooftop bar, you can probably find a Moscow Mule on almost every bar menu. It’s one of the most popular drinks in the world. In it, ginger aromas are paired with a fruity-aromatic citrus note and a soft sweetness. When served in a copper mug , the drink remains ice-cold and ensures its memorability. Whether as a kick-start for the evening or a fruity-spicy refreshment at night – the Moscow Mule is an all time classic that also shouldn’t be missing from your home bar. What do you need to mix one? Definitely these four ingredients: a good vodka, fresh lime juice, Thomas Henry Spicy Ginger Beer, and cucumber, cheers!

You need

  • 40 ml vodka
  • 10 ml lime juice
  • Thomas Henry Spicy Ginger Beer
  • Ice cubes
  • Garnish: cucumber
  • Glass: copper mug
  • Technique: build in glass

Step 1

1. Fill a cupper mug with ice cubes.

Step 2

2. Pour in vodka and lime juice.

Step 3

3. Top off with Thomas Henry Spicy Ginger Beer.

Step 4

4. Garnish with two slices of cucumber, cheers!

Tips & tricks

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AUTHENTIC ONLY IN A REAL COPPER MUG

Copper has always been known for its positive temperature characteristics. A copper mug retains cold and warm particularly well. It’s also a great vessel for serving a perfect Moscow Mule. Since in a copper tumbler, it stays exactly as cold as it should be for a longer period of time. Admittedly, we have this tip from the inventor of the drink, Wes Price. In 1941, he experimented at the Cock ’N’ Bull Bar in Hollywood with Smirnoff Vodka and Ginger Beer. At some point, he drank the drink from a copper mug and thought it was outstanding. His guests then also did so enthusiastically. The Moscow Mule quickly became a leading actor in Hollywood and a short time later around the world.

NO GINGER IN THE BAR? UNTHINKABLE!

Fortunately, the colonial trade brought not only tea from Asia to Europe. Spicy ginger also joined it soon afterwards. Brits who liked experimenting had apparently been waiting for it a long time. They immediately began brewing beer from ginger, lemon, and sugar – ginger beer to be exact. And things just got better. In 1773, our namesake, Thomas Henry, invented carbonization. Nothing thus stood in the way of producing ginger lemonade. Some two hundred years later, with Thomas Henry Spicy Ginger Beer, we’ve created a premium mixer that’s at home in every good bar. Surprisingly spicy and aromatic, extremely refreshing, and also alcohol-free, cheers!

AUTHENTIC ONLY IN A REAL COPPER MUG

Copper has always been known for its positive temperature characteristics. A copper mug retains cold and warm particularly well. It’s also a great vessel for serving a perfect Moscow Mule. Since in a copper tumbler, it stays exactly as cold as it should be for a longer period of time. Admittedly, we have this tip from the inventor of the drink, Wes Price. In 1941, he experimented at the Cock ’N’ Bull Bar in Hollywood with Smirnoff Vodka and Ginger Beer. At some point, he drank the drink from a copper mug and thought it was outstanding. His guests then also did so enthusiastically. The Moscow Mule quickly became a leading actor in Hollywood and a short time later around the world.

NO GINGER IN THE BAR? UNTHINKABLE!

Fortunately, the colonial trade brought not only tea from Asia to Europe. Spicy ginger also joined it soon afterwards. Brits who liked experimenting had apparently been waiting for it a long time. They immediately began brewing beer from ginger, lemon, and sugar – ginger beer to be exact. And things just got better. In 1773, our namesake, Thomas Henry, invented carbonization. Nothing thus stood in the way of producing ginger lemonade. Some two hundred years later, with Thomas Henry Spicy Ginger Beer, we’ve created a premium mixer that’s at home in every good bar. Surprisingly spicy and aromatic, extremely refreshing, and also alcohol-free, cheers!