Swedish take on the Moscow Mule
Traveling through Sweden for a wedding, my Swedish friend and I got excited talking about Moscow Mules. She had never had one. So the adventure began to create this refreshing drink for her. It's funny how while traveling around the world you soon become aware of the different availability of food in the stores. It was difficult to find ginger beer at the supermarket, which is a very essential component to the Moscow Mule. But never mind that, we felt like champs. Finally coming out of the store with a bubbly apple and ginger tonic and plenty of fresh ginger to spice things up. My favorite was finding frozen gooseberries in the freezer that she had picked. We needed a substitute for more ice since we were running out and these berries complimented the drink and were quite tasty.
A different take on the Moscow mule. Refreshingly tasty.
COMPONENTS: Mint, fresh ginger (to taste) and lime muddled up into vodka of choice. Apple and ginger tonic drink mixed with in a garnish of gooseberries and mint. Add a lime/raw sugar rim and ice to top it all off.
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR Traveling all around the world getting inspired by cultures and all that they eat and drink. I'm looking at food and flavors with a curiosity. Blogging about the adventure will be quite fun.