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Looking for a holiday drink recipe? Try this refreshing, unique, and festive Rosemary and Cranberry Moscow Mule that features tastes of the holiday season!
Cranberry Moscow Mule with Rosemary
Cranberry Crush week continues! Today’s recipe is the perfect drink for a holiday party. It would be super easy to serve as a mocktail, in case your not cocktail inclined. I was inspired by another twist on a Moscow mule that a local restaurant offers. I wanted to incorporate some of the same ideas, but with a holiday twist! This rosemary and cranberry Moscow mule will make you look like an expert bartender. The slight taste of rosemary edges through the ginger that pairs perfectly with cranberry. I’m sure you’ll approve!
Start by placing the cranberry juice, cherry grenadine, vodka (if inclined) and a sprig of rosemary in a martini shaker. Top with ice. Shake-ah-shake-ah. I like to shake until a visible frost forms on the shaker, so about 30 seconds.
Strain the mixture into a Moscow Mule Mug garnished with a rosemary sprig.
Slowly Pour in the ginger beer…….
My husband loves ginger beer so much, he could drink it without any of the other ingredients in the Moscow Mule. I sometimes might have to hide the ginger beer from him.
Top with some cranberries and ENJOY!
Rosemary & Cranberry Moscow Mule Recipe:
This recipe is part of my Cranberry Crush week:
Yesterday I brought you these savory, melt in your mouth Cranberry BBQ Pulled Pork Sandwiches:
Sunday I brought you this fabulous Old Fashioned Cranberry Salad Ice Box Cake:
Rosemary and Cranberry Moscow Mule
- 2 oz Vodka
- 2 oz cranberry juice
- 1 oz cherry grenadine
- rosemary sprigs
- 1 bottle ginger beer
- Combine the vodka, cranberry juice, and cherry grenadine in a martini shaker. Add in a sprig of rosemary. Top with Ice.
- Shake for 30-60 seconds
- Strain mixture into copper Moscow mule mug.
- Slowly add in ginger beer, filling to the top
- Garnish with cranberries and rosemary sprigs.
What’s your favorite cranberry dish? Do you like holiday mules like my rosemary & cranberry moscow mule?
Leave a comment and let me know!