On the second day of Christmas, Tipsy Theory gave to me a gingerbread Moscow mule recipe.
With the holiday season right around the corner, it’s time to start getting festive with your regular drink staples. While Moscow mules are often a traditional summer drink, with a little bit of spice they could quickly become your new winter favourite.
With a little bit of our favourite gingerbread gin and some cinnamon, this icy recipe will taste like Christmas in a cup.
And while copper cups are often tradition with this drink, it’s the holidays, and we’ll let it slide. So grab any glass you have in your cupboard and whip up this easy recipe in no time.
Here’s What You Need To Make This Gingerbread Moscow Mule Recipe:
- 1 cup of ice
- 1 tablespoon of lime juice
- 1 cinnamon stick
- 250ml of ginger beer (our favourite is The Great Jamaican)
- 1 oz of Willibald Gingerbread Gin
While it is recommended to stick to the recipe to enjoy the full taste of this drink, the brand of ginger beer and gin can be substituted.
If you’re looking to swap out gin for vodka or rum, try to find a gingerbread flavouring to help stick to the holiday taste.
How To Make It:
1 – Pour ice into your favourite glass ( a copper mug if you like to be traditional, but any glass will do).
2- Combine together the ginger beer, lime juice and gin together over the ice.
3- Mix together and garnish with a cinnamon stick.
4- For extra festivity, you can also rim the glass with vanilla frosting.
Looking for even more boozy recipes? Keep an eye out on Tipsy Theory’s drink page!
Leading up until Christmas, we will be releasing one Christmas drink recipe a day for the 12 days of Tipsy-Mas!