The owner of Smirnoff Vodka, a stranger with a crate of
copper mugs, and a bartender walk into a bar and…..OK, the bartender and copper
mugs were already there, but what Smirnoff owner John Martin helped concoct
that day in 1941 was the taste of legends.
By mixing the over-stocked inventory of ginger beer with Smirnoff vodka
over ice, the Original Moscow Mule was invented and poured into the iconic
copper mug. History was served. With so punchline necessary.
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Seeing a Great White? Scary. Sipping on a Great White? Definitely delicious. We've mixed up this frosty drink that is easy to make, and unlike it's namesake it is a delightful addition to any beach day.
If a Vodka & Soda is your go-to drink, you have to give these a shot (see what we did there?). Using spiked seltzer in place of plain club soda kicks these up a few notches, and opens up tons of opportunity to play around with different flavor combinations. If you are making for a party we recommend mixing up a few different batches and dropping in a coordinating fruit piece to the top so your guests know what to expect! Some of our favorites are Lime Spiked Seltzer with Raspberry vodka, and Orange Spiked Seltzer with Orange flavored vodka. Happy mixing!
Combine a few of your favorite things for this perfectly sweet and tart spring cocktail. A splash of bubbles and a fresh fruit garnish gives it that extra touch that will be your new easy to make refreshment for the warmer weather.