This refreshing Moscow mule recipe gets a kick of citrus with the addition of freshly squeezed orange juice. Is it 5 o’clock yet?
At a restaurant about 10 minutes from us, they appear to have a Moscow mule problem. Don’t get me wrong – they make an awesome mule. However, it seems their clientele have sticky fingers, and the copper mugs that the mules are served in vanish faster than Vanilla Ice’s music career. Each time you order a Moscow mule at the restaurant, you have to hand over your driver’s license, which is kept in bartender purgatory until the copper mug is handed back at the end of the evening.
Considering how much people seem to covet the copper mugs, I expected them to be $50 apiece. It turns out these ones sell on Amazon for about $25 a set of four. I mean, come on, if you’re going to swipe something from a restaurant, it should at least be diamond-encrusted.