A moscow mule is one of the most refreshing cocktails imaginable. I love the fizzines and kick of ginger beer combined with a refreshing bite of lime. Today’s recipe is a Moscow Mule with a fun summer twist – the Mexican Mule.
When you go to the bar and order a Moscow Mule, it most likely involves vodka, ginger beer (or ginger simple syrup like my original recipe), and lime. The tastiness of the mule almost always goes back to the quality and potency of the ginger beer. For this particular cocktail, a little ginger ale just won’t cut it for me. When I discovered Barritt’s Ginger Beer, I was instantly inspired to build this cocktail!
So I grabbed some of my favorite Barritt’s Ginger Beer from my local grocery store (find out where you can buy it here) to put a twist on the classic mule recipe! Today I’m swapping the vodka for tequila and adding a zing with some jalapeno. Hello Mexican Mule!
Barritt’s Ginger Beer comes in a regular and diet option, too. I tasted both and it is virtually impossible to tell the difference, so pick what works for your lifestyle! I like my ginger beer to be strong and fizzy, and Barritt’s easily fits the bill. For this recipe I picked out the original glass bottles, but it also comes in cans for sipping by the pool.
Also, if you are a mule lover and don’t own any copper cups, you need to get yourself some! I especially love these hammered ones and these sleek classic ones.
Barritts Ginger Beer Mexican Mule Recipe
This Mexican Mule recipe is the easiest recipe! All you need are some fun glasses, ice, limes, tequila (I like Jimador, but you can use your favorite), and ginger beer.
2 OZ Tequila
1 OZ Lime Juice
4 OZ Barritt’s Ginger Beer
Garnish with lime & jalapeno
If you’re thinking of getting creative, here are come other fun ginger beer cocktail recipes to try! And don’t forget about my original classic mule recipe! You can easily swap out the ginger syrup for this ginger beer instead.
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This looks so refreshingly good! I’d love to try this myself. Thanks for sharing your recipe!
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Susan Rahamim says
This sounds deelish! I’m definitely going to try it and the Barritts Ginger Beer soon!