Pomegranate Moscow Mule

pom moscow mule

Thanks to Moscow Muled for providing me with these amazing Moscow Mule Mugs and helping make this post possible!

If you’re in search of the perfect holiday drink, please, look no further. This Pomegranate Moscow Mule is festive and SUPER EASY to make!

I am obsessed with these moscow mule mugs . During recipe development, I realized there are two keys to the perfect moscow mule:

  1. Authentic Moscow Mule Mugs, duh
  2. Type of Ginger Beer

Let me start with the mugs – these mugs are cute (who doesn’t love copper) & authentic! They hold temperatures extremely well. Like, really well. I made these drinks and started taking photos for my post. I ended up taking my first sip about 30 minutes after creation, with any normal glass the ice would have melted making the drink watery, but not with these mugs! My Pomegranate Moscow Mule was still cold and not watered down.

I’ve bought cheap moscow mule mugs in the past and I’m always disappointed! My last purchase (from Target, about 2 years ago), the handle completely fell off after one use. These moscow mule mugs , in my post, have welded handles. Yes, welded. THEY WON’T BREAK and I am especially thrilled.

Back to the perfect moscow mule – the second key, apparently, is ginger beer. I pretty much bought every available brand I could find. Fever Tree is the best, hands down. The others are generally too sweet. Fever Tree is slightly more expensive but so worth it!

It’s getting so cold here in Reno and I am really enjoying it! I think we finally have the house decorated for Christmas, at least with all the Christmas decor we currently own. For the past 6 years, since college, we’ve lived in 600 square feet or less. Now that we have more space, we need more holiday decor!

Christmas totally snuck up on me this year. I think because there was an extra week after thanksgiving, I thought I had more time until I didn’t… but hey, at least I have the perfect festive drink to serve guests! Cheers!


Pomegranate Moscow Mule
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup vodka, preferably Titos [4 oz]
  • juice from one lime
  • 1/4 cup pom juice
  • 1/4 cup fresh pomegranate seeds
  • 10 small ice cubes
  • 1/2 cup Fever Tree ginger beer [4 oz]
Instructions
  1. Blend vodka, lime juice, pom juice, pomegranate seeds, and ice. Fill two moscow mule mugs with ice. Pour ¼ cup ginger beer in each mug

  2. Split the blended mixture between the two cups. Note if you have extra space in the mug, add more ice. Garnish with lime & serve immediately!


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