Berry Moscow Mule Recipes

Moscow Mules are one of the world's most popular drinks. So hot right now. Here is a funtwist on them for mother's day - its the classic Moscow Mule with one fun addition: berries.

I love this recipe for three reasons:

  1. As spring turns to summer our nostrils wake up and we can start to smell everything around us and berries smell great.
  2. Its perfect for moms because you can make one for every member of the family, including the kids - just skip the alcohol.
  3. 3. Its super easy to make. In fact its as easy as 1, 2, 3.

What you need: Vodka, Ginger Beer, Limes, Mint, Ice, and Fresh Berries!

Step 1: Mix the Drink Mix your desired amount of Vodka, Ginger Beer and Lime Juice in a Moscow Mule Mug , with Ice and a Mint Garnish.


Step 2: Muddle in the Berries of your choosing Personally, I love fresh raspberries because of the delicious tang they provide, but to each their own. All you have to do here is mash up the berries in a little bowl with a dash of water. If you like your drinks sweeter, I recommend adding in a little agave syrup into your berry mash-up.

Step 3: Combine and Enjoy This is the best part, the part where you get to drink it.

All done, Happy Mother's Day from all of us at! Here are the Mule Mugs in these photos: MM921 and MM1000

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