Gin gin mule (my own version). The gin-gin mule is a fabulous drink that's simple enough for anyone to mix up at home. Learn why this gin and ginger beer cocktail is so popular. A modern classic, the gin-gin mule was created by Audrey Saunders of New York City's Pegu Club.
Add the gin, ginger beer and ice, and shake well. Strain into a highball glass over fresh ice. The Gin Gin mule was invented by Audrey Saunders, owner of Pegu Club—one of the early influential bars in the cocktail renaissance of the early/mid-aughts. You can cook Gin gin mule (my own version) using 6 ingredients and 3 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Gin gin mule (my own version)
- You need 1 shot of Hendricks gin.
- It’s 1 shot of blood orange cocktail mix.
- You need 1/4 of lime.
- Prepare of Couple of drops of bitter.
- It’s of Couple of drops of agave syrup.
- You need 1/3 can of ginger beer.
She uses a house-made ginger beer at Pegu Club that's super easy to make at home, but if you have to go with a store-bought version, we like a. Oh my gosh I love a mule so much. Gin, mint, and ginger; what's not to love? Developed around a decade ago by Pegu Club owner Audrey Saunders, the Gin Gin Mule now appears on the cocktail menus at dozens of bars around the world.
Gin gin mule (my own version) instructions
- Muddle the lime, add all other ingredients EXCEPT ginger beer and mix, mix and mix..
- Pour in glass and add ginger beer.
- Stir and enjoy.
Adapted from A Proper Drink by Robert Simonson. photo: Daniel Krieger. This is essentially a Mojito (a rum drink) crossed with a Moscow Mule (a vodka drink), but made with gin. My quest was helping people get over their phobia about gin. And I thought, Wow, this drink is really. A riff on the classic Moscow Mule, this version substitutes gin for vodka and adds the refreshing addition of muddled mint.