Because is summer, everyone will be preoccupied with staying cool in the hot heat, and the obstacles of attempting new things will come first. It entails upping one’s cocktail game by experimenting with new ingredients and combinations to produce a taste combination that is “far too wonderful” to pass up. By mixing your favorite summer fruits and utilizing a variety of ingredients, you can create the greatest summer drinks, including mules.
Mules are refreshingly effervescent cocktails made with ginger beer, vodka (or other alcoholic beverage), and fresh lime. Because of the strong ginger flavor, they are particularly refreshing on hot summer days. Those drinks will achieve the elusive balance of spicy, sweet, and powerful by combining the components. There are many various kinds of mules, but today we’ll focus on frozen watermelon mules.
Mules made with frozen watermelon:
Watermelon is a pleasant fruit, but freezing it makes these mules extremely mushy. If you don’t have time to freeze the fruit, just add ice!
This drink is colorful and festive, refreshing, and, to top it all off, the watermelon provides hydrating effects.
Frozen Watermelon Mules Recipe
- 1 c. ginger beer
- 1/2 c. vodka
- 4 c. cubed watermelon, frozen
- 1/4 c. lime juice
- Ice, for blending
- Lime slices, for garnish
- Mint leaves, for garnish
- 1) In a blender, combine frozen watermelon, vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice and mix until smooth.
- 2) To improve the slushiness, add ice and mix again.
4 servings may be made with these ingredients, and the preparation time is only 10 minutes.
Garnish with mint leaves and lime slices and serve in glasses (or copper mugs).
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A narrative about the Moscow Mule – not Russian, not a mule, but a creation of American capitalism.
Three business owners devised a strategy to get rid of their extra vodka, ginger beer, and copper mugs and developed the delectable drink. The facts of this narrative are murky, but Moscow mules were instrumental in popularizing vodka as a new drink in the United States in the 1940s.