"Spring Me a Mule | Crafted Pour"

"We are keeping it simple today. There's no need to complicate things when you have ingredients that already have a ton of flavor. The Moscow mule is getting flipped on its head today as we are using a very tasty high-rye bourbon from Hirsch, and combining it with a tropical ginger beer from Q Mixers. What really completed this drink was the Chipotle Pineapple Lime Salt from Tinis & Things. They make the best rimming salts we've ever had! ", "undefined", "Spring Me a Mule",

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Spring Me a Mule By , May 8, 2009 We are keeping it simple today. There's no need to complicate things when you have ingredients that already have a ton of flavor. 

The Moscow mule is getting flipped on its head today as we are using a very tasty high-rye bourbon from Hirsch, and combining it with a tropical ginger beer from Q Mixers. 
What really completed this drink was the Chipotle Pineapple Lime Salt from Tinis & Things. They make the best rimming salts we've ever had!
We are keeping it simple today. There's no need to complicate things when you have ingredients that already have a ton of flavor. The Moscow mule is getting flipped on its head today as we are using a very tasty high-rye bourbon from Hirsch, and combining it with a tropical ginger beer from Q Mixers. What really completed this drink was the Chipotle Pineapple Lime Salt from Tinis & Things. They make the best rimming salts we've ever had! Ingredients: - Hirsch The Horizon Straight Bourbon - Q Mixers Tropical Ginger Beer Instructions: 1. Feel free to rim your glass with a flavored salt. We used a chipotle lime salt. 2. Add all ingredients to your glass. 3. Add ice, stir, garnish & enjoy! Refreshing,Easy to Make,Fruity