The Dublin Mule is a Moscow Mule variation dedicated to the drinking habits of the Irish. To say Irish people like to drink A LOT would be a bit of an understatement. Some would say the whole culture is based on drinking until you can’t speak coherent sentences any longer. And if you’re anything like me – that sounds like a pretty great culture. [Read more…]
On paper, the Kentucky Mule is just a Moscow Mule with whiskey (preferably a strong bourbon) instead of vodka. However, real life experience tells us the cocktail is so much more than that. One of the perfect mules to gulp down on a warm summer day, this drink is popular among bourbon aficionados worldwide – especially when trying to get their wives to appreciate bourbon on some level. [Read more…]
The Mexican Mule is a slight Moscow Mule variation. Known as Justin Timberlake’s favorite drink (after he bought a tequila company), you’ll find this mule has a little kick to it. Instead of vodka – you’ll be downing tequila in this variation. And there is nothing that says south of the border more than a lil’ tequila.
Most love the original Moscow Mule recipe. Cocktail traditionalist often cringe when hearing about a new Moscow Mule recipe. As the new recipe on the block gets sipped and swindled, Moscow Mule enthusiasts stick to what has worked for decades – the traditional ingredients found inside that copper drinking mug in his or her hand.
The mystery of the history surrounding this timeless drinks just leads to the allure of an ice cold mule. In reality, no one really knows about the true origin of Moscow Mules. Many have speculated and stories have come about, but the truth remains a secret. While I cannot lay claim to know the truth about the history of Moscow Mules, I will tell you exactly what I know. [Read more…]