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Mexican Mule

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Mexican Mule Ingredients

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Mexican Mule Description

How to make the Mexican Mule Cocktail Recipe:

Delve into the vibrant flavors of the Mexican Mule, an enticing variation on the beloved Moscow Mule that celebrates the essence of Mexico. Crafted with care, this spirited concoction harmonizes 2 oz of tequila with a dash of lime juice, all elevated by 4 oz of invigorating ginger beer. Adorned with lime wedges and fresh cilantro, each sip promises a symphony of flavors that dance on the palate. Elevate your cocktail repertoire and indulge in the lively charm of the Mexican Mule!

Mexican Mule cocktail ingredients:

° Tequila: 2 oz (approximately 60 ml) – Infuses the cocktail with Mexican flair.
° Lime Juice: 1 oz (approximately 30 ml) – Adds a zesty brightness to the mix.
° Ginger Beer: 4 oz (approximately 120 ml) – Provides a refreshing effervescence.
° Garnish: Lime wedges and fresh cilantro – Enhances aroma and visual appeal.

Mexican Mule recipe instructions:

1) Chill the Mug: Begin by chilling a copper mug or highball glass to enhance the drinking experience and add some ice.
2) Pour Tequila: Carefully measure and pour 2 oz of tequila into the chilled vessel, capturing the essence of Mexico.
3) Squeeze Lime: Add 1 oz of freshly squeezed lime juice, balancing the flavors with a citrusy kick.
4) Top with Ginger Beer: Finish with 4 oz of ginger beer, allowing it to mingle with the tequila-lime fusion.
5) Garnish and Serve: Garnish with lime wedges and fresh cilantro for a final touch of freshness. Serve immediately and savor the lively allure of the Mexican Mule!

Like this style? Check out these cocktails: Kentucky Mule, Moscow Mule and Negroni Mule.

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