The Angry Mule

September 01, 2020

Mules are not known for being the nicest of animals, but as a drink they go down smooth. This one's got a little more kick to it with the combo of spice from Sonoma Coast Spirit's Jalapeno Lime Vodka and the classic ginger beer bite. This is a great cocktail to wrap up summer.

Single Serving/Firelight 750 To-Go

  • 1.5 oz/7 oz Jalapeno Lime vodka (we suggest Sonoma Coast Spirits)
  • 4 oz/18.5 oz ginger beer
  • 1.5 oz/7 oz fresh lime juice

Pour over ice into your flask, we suggest either the 375 or 750 in our Solstice Edition (mules are usually served in copper mugs). Garnish with lime.

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