Kentucky Mule

Crisp Refreshing Kentucky Mule - Perfect warm weather, porch sittin' cocktail!

The Kentucky Mule is one of our favorite new summertime cocktails. A twist on the classic Moscow Mule, it is crisp and refreshing. Good quality bourbon is the key in this drink. Everyone has their own favorite ginger beer preference. Me, I like it extra spicy and not too sweet. It’s taken me a long time to find my perfect ginger beer and now I can no longer find it in my area. So I’m trying my hand at homemade. Fingers crossed!

Kentucky Mule

Crisp Refreshing Kentucky Mule - Perfect warm weather cocktail!

No need for prep picks in this recipe. Fill your favorite cocktail glass with crushed ice.

Crisp Refreshing Kentucky Mule - Perfect warm weather cocktail!

Squeeze the juice from one lime wedge over the ice. Pour in 1 1/2 ounces of good quality bourbon.

Kentucky Mule - Perfect warm weather cocktail!

Top off with your favorite ginger beer. Garnish with lime and mint ( just because it’s pretty). Sit back, relax and enjoy responsibly.

pull up a chair on the front porch and enjoy responsibly!

Come cool down with us. Let’s meet on the porch, pull up a chair and chat a while! See below for our popular Honeydew Margarita recipe.

Crisp and Refreshing Kentucky Mule
 
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Crisp Refreshing Kentucky Mule - Perfect warm weather, porch sitting cocktail to cool down!
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Recipe type: Cocktail
Serves: 1 serving
Ingredients
  • 1½ ounces bourbon (good quality)
  • ginger beer
  • ½ lime, sliced
  • mint sprigs
Instructions
  1. Fill a glass with crushed ice
  2. Squeeze one lime wedge over the ice
  3. Add the bourbon
  4. Fill glass with ginger beer
  5. Give a stir and garnish with mint and lime wedge, if desired.
 

Crisp Refreshing Kentucky Mule - Perfect warm weather, porch sittin' cocktail!

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    Looks delish – just shared! Love your site name and site!

    1. Reply

      Thank you so much, Sue!

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