Gin Gin Mule

4 minutes /
Gin Gin Mule
Servings
Measurement
50 ml 2 oz Gin
50 ml 2 oz Ginger Beer (non alcoholic)
20 ml 1 oz Lime Juice
20 ml 1 oz Sugar syrup
Sugar syrup
Just sugar and water, equal parts. Simple sugar syrup is used in most shaken cocktails and is a must to have in your fridge. Learn how to make it
4 Mint leaves
1 Mint sprig

1 Prepare

Get your mint sprig ready for garnish and cut your lime for squeezing

2 Add ingredients

Place your mint leaves, lime and sugar in your shaker

3 Muddle

Using the muddler, press on to the lime and mint leaves to release all the flavors.

4 Ice

Fill both your highball glass and shaker with ice

5 Add Gin

Pour in your Gin

6 Shake

Close the shaker and shake hard for 9 seconds

7 Double strain

Take off the small top off the shaker and double strain out the mix into your highball

8 Add Ginger beer

Top with Ginger beer

9 Stir, garnish and serve

Stir and add a fresh mint sprig

The Cocktail

Created by Audrey Saunders in 2000 at The Pegu Club in NYC as a rift on the Moscow Mule, swapping out the vodka for Gin and adding mint to the Ginger beer for a refreshing Gin Gin Mule.

 

Bartender Tip:

Making your own Ginger Beer by muddling fresh ginger will add that extra zing to this cocktail!

Recommended Glass
Highball

Tasting profile

Bitter
Sweet
Sour
Alcohol