Russian Standard Moscow Mule

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Credited with kicking off a vodka craze in 1941, the Moscow Mule is one of those cocktails that just tastes right – complex, refreshing, delicious. The Moscow Mule was recently revived by Russian Standard Vodka – the #1 premium vodka in Russia - and one of the fastest growing spirits brands in the United States and around the world.


  1. Pour two ounces of Russian Standard Vodka over ice in a chilled Russian Standard copper mug or Collins glass. Add 5 ounces of ginger beer and stir gently. Garnish with a squeezed wedge of lime. For additional recipes, please visit
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I've tried it with other vodka's but Russian Standard is the only vodka that really makes it taste good. Plus the original, I think, was made with true Russian vodka.

Very refreshing for the summer!!

cs4698 May 01, 2012

This is my absolute favorite new summer-time drink. I've been getting this when I go out for drinks with the girls and dropping about $10 a pop on these until I realized I should attempt to make them on my own. The ginger beer can be a bit expensive at some stores but I found it at Trader Joe's for $4 for a four-pack. I also like a little more lime in mine so I squeeze half a lime in and then drop it in my glass. Other recipes call for a sprig of mint. I'm a vodka hater and I LOVE these. Go figure. Enjoy!

SunsetHappy May 06, 2011