Cranberry Moscow Mule for Passover is just the kind of refreshing and stress-relieving drink you need and deserve!
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If there’s ever a time when you need (and fully deserve) to sit down and destress with a good cocktail, it’s Pesach time. Whether you’re about to start “turning over” your kitchen to cook for pesach, or you’re in the throes of pesach cooking, this is a stressful time of year for most people. Add to that TAX DAY and ugh it’s seriously just time for a cocktail.
A few years ago, I tried a bottle of potato-based vodka made for pesach, and let me just tell you, it was NASTY. It tasted like rubbing alcohol, but worse. Suffice it to say, I was thoroughly traumatized and basically swore off pesach vodka. Until Sauvage contacted me about their high quality, apple-based vodka. I put my trauma on hold for a minute and took a taste. It. Was. Fantastic! I realized at this moment that vodka and vodka based cocktails are totally an option on pesach – you just have to choose the right one!
Upstate by Sauvage is made from apples grown in Upstate NY, and it makes for a fantastic cocktail. I decided to do a passover twist on an iconic vodka drink, the Moscow Mule. This drink is usually made with ginger beer, which is not (as far as I know) available for pesach, but I changed it up with some cranberries and ginger ale and when combined with the Upstate by Sauvage Vodka, it’s refreshing and delicious and it’ll melt your stress away! This Cranberry Moscow Mule is tangy and a little sweet, with just enough of a zing from the vodka. Try it, you’ll love it too!
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- ice, preferably crushed
- juice of ½ lime
- 1 ounce (2 tablespoons) cranberry juice
- 2 ounces Upstate by Sauvage Vodka
- (about) ½ cup ginger ale
- lime wedge, for garnish
- Fill a mug or glass about ¾ full of ice.
- Add lime juice, cranberry juice and vodka. Stir to combine.
- Top off glass with ginger ale and garnish with a wedge of lime.
- Enjoy responsibly. L'chaim!
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