Classic drinks like the Moscow Mule are always a good idea. But give it a little twist, like this Fall infused rendition and it will instantly shoot to your favorites list. Best sipped with a cozy sweater on and your nearest dearest gathered round the fire. Or on a random Monday. That totally works too. Grab the recipe from Elizabeth Van Lierde and prepare to fall hard for the Harvest Moscow Mule.
Over here in Los Angeles we are FINALLY feeling fall. The breeze is in the air (let's hope it stays that way!), my sweaters have made it into my closet and there are pumpkins everywhere. It is fantastic!
Over on TheWhiskingKitchen.com we are breaking out the copper mugs and have completely fallen for all the fall flavors. We couldn't think of a better way to feel cozier than sipping on a spicy apple cocktail.
This drink is perfect to bring out at your first fall dinner party this season. Not only does it taste delicious but they are so simple to put together. No shaker or muddler necessary. Just some wholesome ingredients in a copper mug. The 'mule' has never felt so easy or full of autumn flavor until now. Cheers!
Harvest Moscow Mules
|3 Oz of apple juice||4 Oz of hard apple cider|
|1 Oz of bourbon||1 Oz of cinnamon whiskey|
|crushed ice, cinnamon sticks, lime wedges, and apple slices for garnish|
In a copper mug fill with crushed ice and pour in all ingredients.
Finish cocktail off with a garnish of lime wedges, cinnamon sticks and apple slices.