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Old 08-24-2012, 09:20 AM   #81
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I am sure there are alot of drinks with different names, but same ingredients

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A Moscow Mule in a Copper Cup

This is the drink that supposedly brought vodka into the mainstream in the US.

5oz Ginger Beer
3oz Vodka
squeeze or two of lime juice

Serve over ice in a copper cup/mug.....for some reason this is important to the drink, lol. It's delicious and an awesome after dinner drink due to ginger being a stomach settling root. Ok, I'm sure you could have it in a collins glass or rocks glass, but the copper mug is part of the shtick.
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A Moscow Mule in a Copper Cup

This is the drink that supposedly brought vodka into the mainstream in the US.

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3oz Vodka
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I love Moscow Mules. I didn't know that's all it was. Here's a video from a local bar that makes really good ones:

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Caipirinha - the national cocktail of Brazil

In an old fashioned glass
-2 to 3 (depending on size) key limes cut into thin slices
-Add 2 to 3 heaping tablespoons of sugar to the top of the lime slices, Raw sugar is great to use
-Muddle (mash) sugar and limes together well
-Add 2 to 3 shots (ounces) cachaša
-Stir well to thoroughly dissolve the sugar, add cracked ice, stir, enjoy
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+1 On Moscow Mules. I make them more 50/50 though when I'm at home.


Side note: anyone been to/have a prohibition style bar in their area? There are two in Denver and they are a fun place to take friends that have never been due to the novelty and theme. Basically it's totally disguised as a bookstore and you have to wait to get in through the secret bookcase door. Another nice part is, the waiters are trained to memorize your names, all night long. A very distinguished drink menu as well.
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A Moscow Mule in a Copper Cup

This is the drink that supposedly brought vodka into the mainstream in the US.

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I have yet to have one I liked
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+1 On Moscow Mules. I make them more 50/50 though when I'm at home.


Side note: anyone been to/have a prohibition style bar in their area? There are two in Denver and they are a fun place to take friends that have never been due to the novelty and theme. Basically it's totally disguised as a bookstore and you have to wait to get in through the secret bookcase door. Another nice part is, the waiters are trained to memorize your names, all night long. A very distinguished drink menu as well.
There's a bar/restaurant in Tampa that does the whole "secret password" thing and all that. A couple of friends of mine went and liked it. The video I posted above is of a prohibition "style" bar where the place is designed to look like it and the bartenders are dressed in that fashion, but there's no secrecy about the place. It's right out on one of the main streets.
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shot of tequila
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I've had this shot minus the cottage cheese. If you're tired at all at the bar, Tequila/Tabasco Sauce shot will wake your ass up!!!
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Hah, saw that on reddit Thursday. I want to try it really bad. Do you think the type of whiskey matters? (crown private?)
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Just saw the Moscow Mule, that looks really good. It reminds me a little of a Dark 'n Stormy


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Hah, saw that on reddit Thursday. I want to try it really bad. Do you think the type of whiskey matters? (crown private?)
It absolutely matters. Bourbon and canadian whiskey are completely different flavors. They're both fairly sweet but candian whiskey is a lot sweeter.
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Just saw the Moscow Mule, that looks really good. It reminds me a little of a Dark 'n Stormy
Just had one last night and it was
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It absolutely matters. Bourbon and canadian whiskey are completely different flavors. They're both fairly sweet but candian whiskey is a lot sweeter.
I understand that, I guess I didn't word it correctly. I drink makers all the time, but I'm currently out of it. Does it specifically have to be makers or can I substitute? Does it need the spice from the bourbon or will the sweetness of the Canadian compliment the drink?
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