The story of the Big Pepper Mule begins with a man called Jeffery Morgenthaler. However, there is not much information about where and when Jeffery was born, but we do know he has been in the restaurant business for most of his life.
As with most mixed drinks, the variation of a Big Pepper Mule is endless and only limited by your imagination and the availability of ingredients. Here are a few of our favorite variations:
The Classic: Just like it sounds, this version is made with vodka and ginger beer with no additional flavors. It’s perfect for those who aren’t fans of spicy foods.
The Chili Mango Mule: Made with vodka, mango juice, chili sauce and ginger beer, this variation has spicy notes from the chili sauce.
The Ginger Berry Mule: Made with rum, berry syrup and lime juice as well as ginger beer and grenadine, this variation has a mix of sweet and tart notes that we just love.
2 ounce Big Pepper Vodka Infusion
¾ ounce fresh lime juice
1 ounce pineapple juice
2 ounce ginger beer
Garnish: Fresh pepper rings
1. Fill a shaker glass with ice.
2. Add infused vodka, juices, and ginger beer.
3. Cap mixer glass and shake vigorously.
4. Strain into a tall glass filled with ice. Garnish and serve.
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