A boozy fall treat that's sure to be a crowd pleaser, this Autumn Moscow Mule is made with apple cider, ginger beer, vodka, and a cinnamon stick straw!

Seriously tho, nothing beats autumn flavors. Things like ginger, cinnamon, rosemary, and apple.

Oh, what’s that? This Autumn Moscow Mule has all those flavors? OH OK. 

A boozy fall treat that's sure to be a crowd pleaser, this Autumn Moscow Mule is made with apple cider, ginger beer, vodka, and a cinnamon stick straw!

The best Moscow Mule I ever had was on a hot night in Texas. Our best family friends from childhood had moved to Austin, and during college my mom, Rebe, and I went to visit them.

On Saturday night, their daughter, Rebe, and I got all dressed up and went downtown for the night. I remember donning a proper cowboy hat for the occasion, and sipping on apple pie moonshine as we got ready (side note it was insanely delicious).

After making friends at one of the bars, we and our new friends bar hopped until the wee hours of the night. And there, tucked away on a bar off of the notorious Sixth Street, I had the best Moscow Mule of my life.

A boozy fall treat that's sure to be a crowd pleaser, this Autumn Moscow Mule is made with apple cider, ginger beer, vodka, and a cinnamon stick straw!

The secret, the bartender told us, was using a darn good ginger beer. One with a big kick. Ever since then, I’ve been hooked on Moscow Mules.

Today I’m doing a take on a classic- a Moscow Mule with a twist. Aka a big splash of apple cider.

I also made it with my favorite vodka, Absolut Elyx. It’s incredibly smooth as a result of being distilled in copper barrels. Fitting, since this drink is served in a copper glass 🙂

A boozy fall treat that's sure to be a crowd pleaser, this Autumn Moscow Mule is made with apple cider, ginger beer, vodka, and a cinnamon stick straw!

Even better, it’s garnished with a giant sprig of rosemary, a few apple slices, and a cinnamon stick. And guess what guys? You can use the cinnamon stick AS A STRAW.

I know. I know I know I know. It’s amazing.

A boozy fall treat that's sure to be a crowd pleaser, this Autumn Moscow Mule is made with apple cider, ginger beer, vodka, and a cinnamon stick straw!A boozy fall treat that's sure to be a crowd pleaser, this Autumn Moscow Mule is made with apple cider, ginger beer, vodka, and a cinnamon stick straw!

So seeing as it’s Thursday which basically means Friday, go to the grocery store and pick yourself up all the ingredients you need to make this Autumn Moscow Mule. You will not regret it. 🙂

XO!

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Autumn Moscow Mule
 
Serves: 1 cocktail
Ingredients
  • 4 oz apple cider
  • 3 oz ginger beer
  • 2 oz Absolut Elyx vodka
  • ½ oz lime juice
  • 1 cinnamon stick
  • 1 sprig fresh rosemary
  • 2 slices apple
  • 1 slice lime
Instructions
  1. In a mixing glass, stir together apple cider, ginger beer, Absolut, and lime juice.
  2. Pour over a copper glass or mug filled with ice.
  3. Garnish with cinnamon stick, rosemary, apple slices, and lime.

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11 comments

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This mule looks so fancy. Can you share the kind of ginger beer you used for the recipe? Thanks!

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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I used Reed’s!

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omg i am so excited bc i have everything to make these on hand right now!!!! it’s goin down! xo

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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YAAS GIRL!

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I love(!!) Moscow mules and can hardly wait to try this variation. thanks!!!

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I’m wondering, since I don’t have apple cider on hand, if I can’t used boiled cider. I’m just betting i can! 🙂

Sarah | Broma Bakery
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I don’t know what boiled cider is, but if you like it, go for it!

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oh yeah this looks gorgeous! love the addition of the rosemary! so cozy and fall like!

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Going to try

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Love this! The only thing i need to pick up is some rosemary and then these are happening!

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