And while there are many ways to put a twist on this iconic drink, the classic is still a winner every time.
The drink was invented back in the 1940s in America when John Martin wanted to sell Smirnoff vodka through his distribution company.
It was not a popular liquor at the time, and coincidentally, bar owner Jack Morgan was trying to sell off the ginger beer at his Cock ‘n’ Bull pub. So, they added them together with a little lime and made cocktail magic.
Do you have to use a copper mug for this drink? Not at all! While it does add to the tradition and fun aspect of a Moscow Mule, the