Moscow Mule | How to Drink

Moscow Mule | How to Drink

It's about time that I show you how to make a proper Moscow Mule. Get your first audiobook free when you try Audible for 30 days! Visit http://www.audible.com/howtodrink or text howtodrink to 500-500! ********************************** Ginger Syrup Recipe: https://youtu.be/5Jx2t0DgoWc White Russian Recipe: https://youtu.be/vQNrCXreNCw Copper Mug: https://amzn.to/2RHfdJ9 This week I'm making the original Moscow Mule, a drink created by a marketing team with a desperate need to sell more Vodka in the 1940's. That doesn't mean it isn't a tasty drink! It's a fantastic drink! The Moscow Mule is a delightfully refreshing combination of vodka and spicy ginger beer and there are definitely times when nothing else will do. The copper mug has no real historical precedent other than more marketing but hey, it looks great! Giving this drink its very own unique serving vessel is a big part of what sets it apart and lead to it's enduring popularity so kudos to the inventors. In my version I elevate the drink by crafting my own ginger beer in the mug by combining homemade ginger syrup and seltzer, I've provided the links to those recipes above if you want to follow in my steps exactly but feel free to swap my syurp + seltzer combo in favor of a good ginger beer if you're so inclined. Without further rambling I proudly present The Only Moscow Mule You Need! Moscow Mule 2 oz. -or- 60 ml. Vodka 1 oz. -or- 30 ml. Lime Juice 2 oz. -or- 60 ml. Ginger Syrup ~ 5 oz. -or- 150 ml. Seltzer (OR skip the Ginger Syrup+Seltzer Combo in favor of a spicy ginger beer like Reed's) Build over cracked ice in a copper mug Garnish with a lime wedge Most of the tools and gear I use on the show can be found on my gear page at: http://bit.ly/H2DGear BUT, here's a couple of links that everyone is almost always asking me about: Koriko Weighted Shaker Tins: https://amzn.to/2MvyOWs Koriko Hawthorne Strainer: https://amzn.to/2IAZrHr Leopold Jigger: https://amzn.to/2KsBu6B Imbibe! By David Wondrich: https://amzn.to/2Kv1dLN Liquid Intelligence by Dave Arnold: https://amzn.to/2N885jP Slowly but surely, I'm starting a mailing list so that I'm not fully dependent on YT's algorithmized notifications system. If you'll sign up, I promise not to abuse your generosity, or sell your info to anyone. It's over on the blog right here: http://bit.ly/H2DBlog *********************************** twitter: http://bit.ly/H2DTwit instagram: http://bit.ly/H2dIG Blog: http://bit.ly/H2DBlog Patreon: http://bit.ly/H2DPatreon Gear: http://bit.ly/H2DGear *********************************** Music by Glen Crytzer: http://bit.ly/2KjujSg *********************************** Incredibly Awesome Patrons who make this show possible! Anthony Elias Dan Blackett Dennis Groome Jacob Willemsma James Griese Rob Hayward Rob L Rosemary H. Andrus Ryan Wolfe Shelby Benton Travis Belanger William Sender

Top 5 Mule Cocktails Drinks Best Moscow Mule Recipes

Top 5 Mule Cocktails Drinks Best Moscow Mule Recipes

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Moscow Mule Cocktail Recipe

Moscow Mule Cocktail Recipe

How to make a Moscow Mule See full drink recipe: http://blog.cocktailkit.com.au/moscow-mule-drink-recipe/ The Moscow Mule is also known as a vodka buck. Spicy ginger beer, a large measure of vodka and a squeeze of fresh lime juice. Delicious! INGREDIENTS - 60mL Vodka - Ginger Beer - 15mL Fresh Lime Juice HOW TO 1. Fill your copper mule mug with ice 2. Add the vodka, top with ginger beer and squeeze in the lime juice 3. Garnish with the spent lime wedges music by https://soundcloud.com/dyallas Don't forget to subscribe: http://bit.ly/STB-YouTube

How to Make a Moscow Mule Cocktail - Liquor.com

How to Make a Moscow Mule Cocktail - Liquor.com

How to Cocktail: Moscow Mule A strong, Russian workhorse of a drink. Top San Francisco bartender H. Joseph Ehrmann shows you how to make a Moscow Mule. For the full Moscow Mule recipe, click here: http://liquor.com/recipes/organic-moscow-mule/ INGREDIENTS: 2 oz Vodka (Square One Organic Vodka) 3 oz Ginger beer Juice of half a lime Garnish: Lime wheel Glass: Moscow Mule mug or highball Up your drinking game! For the best cocktail recipes, articles and more click here: http://liquor.com/

Benji & Fede - Moscow Mule (Official Video)

Benji & Fede - Moscow Mule (Official Video)

Benji & Fede - Moscow Mule Ascoltalo qui: https://lnk.to/MoscowMule Prodotto da Bmovie Italia - Borotalco Producer: Andrea Biscaro - Matteo Stefani Directed by Matilde Composta, Lorenzo Invernici Cinematographer: Lorenzo Invernici Editing and Color Correction: Margaryta Bushkin, Lorenzo Invernici Ass. camera: Margaryta Bushkin Production Assistant: Camilla Carniello, Agnese Incurvati Cast: Neekita Samant, Ambika Inwood, Kristina Kirikova Backstage: Lorenzo Mazzoni Indian Team: Line Producer India: Amit Kothari (Limelight Enterprises P Ltd) Production Manager: Nilesh Kothare Production Controller: Sayyed Shahnawaz Goa team: Abdul Rehman, Sunesh Sawant, Sunil , Albert Makeup and hair: Carol Ruzario Spot boy: Krishna Goa Local transportation: Nilesh Dhargalkar Thanks to: Aquatica Resort & Spa, Rock Water Resort, Ganeshpuri Temple, Lost Paradise (Aqua Adventure) Special thanks to: Debby Benji & Fede total look: Dsquared2 Styling by Mauro Scalia

Strawberry Moscow Mule

Strawberry Moscow Mule

Here's the recipe: STRAWBERRY MOSCOW MULE 2 oz. (60ml) Vodka 4 oz. (120ml) Ginger Beer 1/2 oz. (15ml) Lime Juice 5 Strawberries Ice PREPARATION 1. Add strawberries to base of glass and muddle well. 2. Add ice, vodka and lime juice. Shake well. 3. Add ice to serving glass and strain mix over top. 4. Top with ginger beer, stir and garnish with lime wheel and strawberry. Enjoy responsibly! If you have a cool drink recipe or picture, send it to us: Tipsyideas@tipsybartender.com Brand/Media Inquiries: Admin@TipsyBartender.com MORE TIPSY BARTENDER http://www.Facebook.com/TipsyBartender http://www.Instagram.com/TipsyBartender http://Twitter.com/TipsyBartender http://www.Pinterest.com/TipsyBartender Snapchat: TipsyBartender http://www.TipsyBartender.com Send us booze: Tipsy Bartender 3183 Wilshire Blvd #196K22 Los Angeles, CA 90010

Advanced Techniques - How To Make A Moscow Mule

Advanced Techniques - How To Make A Moscow Mule

A spicy Moscow Mule is the ultimate crowd pleaser. Here I'll teach you how to make an amazing ginger syrup (recipe by Greg Seider) for a Moscow Mule, Kentucky Mule, or a Dark and Stormy. GET THIS RECIPE: http://www.cocktailchemistrylab.com/home/moscow-mule PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/cocktailchemistry MERCH: https://www.cocktailchemistrylab.com/merch RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT LIST: https://www.amazon.com/shop/cocktailchemistry HELP TRANSLATE VIDEOS: http://www.youtube.com/timedtext_cs_panel?tab=2&c=UC-o0CfpOyFJOfyWKtqS1hZQ SHARE YOUR FEEDBACK: http://www.cocktailchemistrylab.com/survey FIND ME ON: Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/CocktailChemistry21 Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/cocktailchemistry Twitter- https://twitter.com/cocktailchemlab Reddit- https://www.reddit.com/r/cocktailchemistry MUSIC: https://soundcloud.com/glassicprod/smooth-jazz-piano-instrumental

Master The Classics: Moscow Mule

Master The Classics: Moscow Mule

The Moscow Mule. One of the most well known of drinks. On a given day I find myself knocking out more of these than anything else. When properly made this refreshing cocktail is a thing of beauty. The Moscow Mule is said to have been invented at Los Angeles' Cock and Bull bar on Sunset Boulevard somewhere around 1941. The story goes that John G. Martin an executive at the Heublein drinks company and Jack Morgan owner of the Cock and Bull Bar invented the drink together. Subsequently, reliable information has come to light that surprise surprise it was really the bartender Wes Price who probably actually invented the drink. I have been working in bars for many years and I have yet to meet any owner who has ever invented anything. And of course a mareting exec will take credit too! We also find out from Ted Haigh in his book "Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails" that Jack Morgan's girlfriend owned a company which made copper products, so it was she who probably supplied the copper mug to the equation. A note on this recipe because I'm sure most of you are going to ask about this in some respect. Ginger Syrup and Soda Water is not a viable replacement for good Ginger Beer. I use Fever Tree more often than not but East Imperial makes good ginger beer and so does Q. If you want to commit yourself to making Ginger Beer let me know how it goes. I have heard some bartenders in the past have made good home made versions, I haven't run into any that I like as much as commercially available Ginger Beers but I will at some point I will probably make a video on it. Not sure when though. Ok I think that's it! Enjoy the drink! Here's Links to what I use in the video: Barfly Graduated Jigger: https://amzn.to/2r3slt2 Moscow Mule Mugs: https://amzn.to/2OXiEGf Here's a link to Ted Haigh's book Vintage Spirits and Forgotten Cocktails: https://amzn.to/2PQedCj If you're interested in the shirts we started making here's a link: https://teespring.com/stores/the-educated-barfly You can also find them linked under each video too :) Here are the specs: 2oz (60ml) Vodka .75oz (22.5ml) Lime Juice Top Ginger Beer of your Choice Lime Wheel Garnish

Moscow Mule Cocktail - Bartending Bootcamp

Moscow Mule Cocktail - Bartending Bootcamp

Ingredients: - no specific name brand 1/4 oz Lime Juice 1 tsp Simple Syrup 3 oz Ginger Beer 2 oz Vodka Garnish with: Mint Lime Wheel Support us by getting the word out: follow and retweet http://twitter.com/bartendingboot Like on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/bartendingbootcamp 1+ on google https://plus.google.com/108847205439234622159/posts Pin like a drunk http://pinterest.com/bartendingboot/ Subscribe to my blog http://bartendingbootcamp.com/blog & tell all of your friends! http://www.bartendingbootcamp.com

Moscow Mule - The Classic Highball of Vodka, Lime and Ginger Beer

Moscow Mule - The Classic Highball of Vodka, Lime and Ginger Beer

This is how to make the best Moscow Mule you'll ever have! Like most things with the flavorless spirit, Vodka, it's all about perception. The drink has been made over from Vodka Buck to Moscow Mule. It's like Norma Jeane Mortenson being rebranded as Marilyn Monroe, Marilyn is obviously the more alluring choice. It's a really simple cocktail, but the version featured in this video will knock your socks off. Vodka, Ginger Beer (not Ginger Ale), Lime and, optionally a little Juiced Ginger never tasted so good. The copper mug is an aesthetic choice, but one that really helps make the drink. Luckily copper mugs are a lot more common now. You can find them on Amazon, The Bar Keeper (http://www.barkeepersilverlake.com) or even Urban Outfitters. A lot of times this drink becomes the diving board to play with the spirit and call it the Fill-In-The-Blank Mule (even though it should be Fill-In-The-Blank Buck), Dutch Mule, Mezcal Mule, etc., but there's a certain simplicity of the straight-forward Ginger and Lime combination that when spiked with Vodka remains really crisp and clean. The marketeers who pushed Vodka onto post-war America always touted how unobtrusive it was. And in a drink like this, that's exactly right. It's powerful, but hidden in this concoction so well, that you may not know you're drinking. That's why Vodka is such a common starter alcohol for those just venturing into the world of spirits and cocktails. It's the easiest to ease in to the flavors of spirits. For this drink, I like going big. The Stoli 100 is extremely potent, yet smooth. As always, you only want to use fresh citrus juice. It makes a world of difference from that stuff that comes from concentrate. Make sure to use a spicy ginger beer make with real ginger. My standby, of course is Feintimen's, but Fever-Tree or Reed's or, if you wanna go by the book, Cock 'N' Bull Ginger Beer will work well. Just stay away from Schweppes and Canada Dry. It's not the same thing. It's the difference between a cherry and a cherry flavored popsicle. I also have a strong jonesing for pure ginger. So, I like to add a splash of freshly juice ginger. It helps take it to the next level. I understand it's more of an acquired taste, but well worth it. Putting it together this way resulted in the best Moscow Mule I've ever had. I challenge you to make one that's better. If you've got a better method, using Vodka, Lime and Ginger, let me know. I'd love to try it. Cheers! Recipe: 2 oz Vodka Juice of 1/2 a Lime (approx. 0.75 oz) 5-6 oz Ginger Beer Splash of Ginger Juice (optional) Build in the glass over ice Follow Us! https://www.facebook.com/DistinguishedSpirits http://instagram.com/distinguishedspirits https://twitter.com/DistinguishedSp http://www.pinterest.com/DistinguishedSp Featured in This Episode: Stolichnaya Vodka http://www.stoli.com/product/#stolichnaya-100-proof Fentimans http://amzn.to/1MxW7xN Bar Tools: Old Dutch Copper Mule Mug http://amzn.to/1MPaloG OXO Angled Measuring Cup, Mini http://amzn.to/2pazwfR Barspoon http://amzn.to/2p1Pduy Citrus Juicer (Lime) http://amzn.to/2q3Hhcv

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