This Apple Cider Irish Mule is a fall twist on the classic! Apple Cider, ginger beer and whiskey make an Autumn cocktail to cozy up with on a cold day!
Alright, y’all. I think it’s time for a cocktail. Right? We are all weary and it’s Friday, so put your feet up and enjoy this Apple Cider Irish Mule and maybe turn off the news for a little while. This Apple Cider Irish Mule is a twist on the Irish Mule I shared earlier this year. And an Irish Mule is just a variation on the traditional Moscow Mule, but it uses whiskey instead of vodka.
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Personally, I am still just starting to build my appreciation for whiskey drinks, although you wouldn’t know if from this blog, considering I have quite a few whiskey drinks here. Like my Maple Whiskey Cider, Apple Old Fashioned or classic Manhattan, for example. But whiskey is just such a great spirit for fall and winter drinks, I just can’t help myself!
I love using fresh apple cider in cocktails, especially if you can get the really good stuff from the apple orchard. I didn’t make it apple picking this year, sadly, so I just used some store-bought apple cider and it was still very good. The apple cider mixed with the ginger beer makes such a great, warm fall flavor. Garnished with the apple slices and cinnamon sticks, you have everything you need!
Did you get to go apple picking this year? What is your favorite drink in the Autumn?
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- 2 ounces Irish Whiskey
- 4 ounces Apple Cider
- 6 ounces Ginger Beer
- Apple slices for garnish
- cinnamon sticks for garnish
- Fill a copper mug or other glass with ice. Add whiskey and apple cider, stir to mix. Top with ginger beer and gently stir to combine. Garnish with apple slices and cinnamon sticks if desired.
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