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Cocktails - non-alcoholic!

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message 1: by Lisa (last edited Feb 28, 2016 04:20AM) (new)

Lisa Henry (lisahenry) | 77 comments Non-alcoholic Moscow Mule

Ingredients: 1 oz lime juice, half a cup of ginger beer, 1 tablespoon simple syrup, and 2 oz of either sparking water, tonic or club soda. Ice cubes.

Method: Add all ingredients to a glass and stir well. Garnish with a slice of lime and a small slice of ginger, if you wish.

Handy hint: If you want it to be alcoholic, exchange the water/tonic/soda for 2 shots of vodka!

You can also use a shaker for the alcoholic version, but not with the non-alcoholic version. It needs the alcohol or it gets to fizzy in the shaker and things get explosive and messy.


message 2: by MLE (new)

MLE   | 5 comments Lisa wrote: "Non-alcoholic Moscow Mule

Ingredients: 1 oz lime juice, half a cup of ginger beer, 1 tablespoon simple syrup, and 2 oz of either sparking water, tonic or club soda. Ice cubes.

Method: Add all i..."


Sounds tasty. I love ginger beer.


message 3: by Maygirl7 (new)

Maygirl7 | 4 comments Good ginger beer is good.


message 4: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Henry (lisahenry) | 77 comments Maygirl7 wrote: "Good ginger beer is good."

Bundaberg Ginger Beer is the best!


message 5: by Maygirl7 (new)

Maygirl7 | 4 comments Hmmm I don't think can get that here. Next time I'm in Australia. ;)

Are Moscow Mules the rage in Australia too? They are very trendy now in the US?


message 6: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Henry (lisahenry) | 77 comments Maygirl7 wrote: "Hmmm I don't think can get that here. Next time I'm in Australia. ;)

Are Moscow Mules the rage in Australia too? They are very trendy now in the US?"


I don't think they're trending again back here. I remember they were very big back when I was a kid and my parents used to have cocktail parties.


message 7: by Maygirl7 (new)

Maygirl7 | 4 comments It's only within the past year they've been trending here. They seemed really old-fashioned when I first saw them on a menu.


message 8: by Lisa (new)

Lisa Henry (lisahenry) | 77 comments Wikipedia tells me they were invented in 1941!


message 9: by MLE (new)

MLE   | 5 comments Lisa wrote: "Maygirl7 wrote: "Good ginger beer is good."

Bundaberg Ginger Beer is the best!"


Haven't seen or tried that one.


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