Moscow Mules are one of my favorite cocktails to make because you can put a twist on them for different seasons. Last year, I was loving this apple cider moscow mule. Here’s my new version of a fall Moscow Mule.
This is simple to make but feels really special. And the garnishes just make it taste so “fall-y” (is that a word?).
Vodka, apple juice, and ginger beer make up the cocktail. Garnish with lime, rosemary, and a cinnamon stick, and you have fall in a cup!
I think the pretty copper mugs make it all the more festive for fall. I’ve been collecting copper mugs for a couple of years and love the mix-n-match style! (I’m sharing some of my favorite mugs at the end of the post.)
Serve this at Thanksgiving or just enjoy next to the fire on a crisp fall evening. I can’t get enough of these fall Moscow Mules!
- 4 oz. apple juice
- 4 oz. ginger beer
- 1.5 oz. vodka
- juice from ¼ of a lime
- For garnish:
- Lime Slice
- Sprig of fresh rosemary
- cinnamon stick
- Fill a chilled, copper mug with plenty of crushed ice (I keep my mugs in the freezer). Add apple juice, vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice and stir. Add the garnishes. Cheers!
Looking for more fall cocktails? Try this pumpkin pie martini!