Irish Mule Cocktail Recipe

This summer the Irish Mule has been my cocktail of choice, so much that I even bought copper cups to drink out of for when I make it at home. You may have heard of the Moscow Mule, which is a much more famous cocktail made with Vodka. The Irish Mule is pretty much the same thing just made with Irish whiskey. It’s incredibly refreshing on hot summer days, easy to make, and hard to mess up – that’s my kind of cocktail.

While you are mixing up drinks, try Jaime’s Watermelon Jalapeno Mojito or prepare Cucumber Vodka for a Cucumber Mint Cocktail. Her Sangria recipe is super easy for those days you just want a drink right then and there.

Pick up your ingredients and let’s get ready to make the delicious Irish Mule Cocktail…

Irish Mule Recipe:
-1.5 oz of Irish Whiskey
-3 oz of Bundaberg Ginger Beer or any ginger ale
-Splash of Aromatic Cocktail Bitters
-Half of a lime

Mix together whiskey, ginger ale, and juice from half a lime. Pour over ice and top off with 2 splashes of bitters. Garnish with the other half of the lime.

Sit back, drink, and enjoy!




Goodness! This is like one of those drinks where the name of it doesn’t sound great, but the list of ingredients make you want to be like.. I need this.

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