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Moscow mule calories with recipes 2021

We all know the Moscow mule calories with recipes is delicious, but like so many cocktails, there’s a caloric price to pay for imbibing in one.

This average recipe (depending how you personally pour your Mules) results in a grand total of 182 calories.

Well, we couldn’t go a week talking all about summer cocktail recipes without giving a nod to the infamous cocktail that stole a new generation’s hearts and somehow managed to convince all of us that a shiny set of copper mugs in our bar carts was now essential…

…the delightful, perfectly-refreshing, always-a-crowd-fave…Moscow Mule.

I’ve been a fan of the Moscow Mule (and even moreso, it’s whiskey-with-a-splash-of-bitters cousin, the Horsefeather) for years and years now. But especially so in the summertime. When served up in a chilly mug, with a good spicy ginger beer, a solid splash of lime, and ideally a side of good friends all gathered around a patio table, this cocktail is my idea of a lovely way to cool down on a warm evening. And in my experience hosting, it’s also proven to always be a hit.

That said, there are endless ways to customize your own Moscow mule recipe. So if you happen to be looking for some new spins on the classic, or recommendations for a new set of copper mugs to purchase (totally not necessary for this cocktail, though!), or just a solid classic Moscow Mule recipe to bookmark, I’ve gotcha covered today.

So grab your favorite ginger beer, and let’s get to mixing!

Moscow mule calories with recipes 2021
Moscow mule calories with recipes 2021


  • 1 fl. oz. Vodka
  • ⅛ tsp. Raw ginger root
  • 1 tsp. Fresh lime juice
  • 12 fl. oz. Lime flavored sparkling water or seltzer
  • 1-gram mint leaves
  • 4-5 pcs. Ice cubes


  • An extra squeeze of lime
  • Mint leaves

Equipment for Moscow mule calories with recipes 2021

  • Muddler or wooden spoon
  • Copper Mug or highball glass (16 oz.)

Step-By-Step Guide

  1. Put the fresh mint leaves, grated ginger, and lime juice into the bottom of the copper mug and muddle them using a muddler or a wooden spoon.
  2. Add the ice cubes.
  3. Pour the vodka over the ice cubes.
  4. Slowly pour the lime-flavored sparkling water into the mug to mix all the ingredients.
  5. Garnish with fresh mint leaves and an extra squeeze of lime.

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