May 24, 2021
This berry kombucha moscow mule kicks up a traditional mule a notch when you combine the tart flavor of kombucha with the sweet berries. It’s sure to be your go-to summer cocktail.
Crafting my own cocktails has become a joy for me the last few years. Instead of sitting at a bar waiting for someone to make me a drink, I’ve spent a lot of time utilizing my home bar and coming up with some pretty wild concoctions.
Some of my cocktail experiments have been misses, and others have definitely been hits! This berry kombucha moscow mule falls into the latter category and has become one of my favorite cocktails. I love the combination of sweet and tart and anytime I can combine the two I’m happy! Read ahead for all the details on this delicious summer cocktail!
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What’s in a Berry Kombucha Moscow Mule
My favorite part of this moscow mule recipe is the flavor profile. The sweet and tart combo will get my vote every time for a refreshing summer cocktail. The ingredients are pretty straightforward.
What Kombucha should I use?
There are many varieties of kombucha that you can use for this recipe that will taste great. If you make your own kombucha, I would definitely use that, but if you’re like me and haven’t tried that yet, there are so many options in store. Kombucha is pretty readily available at most grocery stores, but if you can’t find it locally, you can find it online. My personal favorite kombucha brand is Kevita, however I found this kombucha in a can that I like as well!
Depending on what flavors you like, you can switch up the taste of the entire cocktail by which kombucha you use. I often like to drink a ginger lemon kombucha, but in this drink, I tend to prefer a berry-flavored kombucha to bring out the berries I use in the cocktail.
How to Make a Berry Kombucha Mule
When I make my berry kombucha moscow mule, I start with a cocktail shaker–this is the one we have–and add ice, vodka. If I’m just making a cocktail for myself, I’ll use an ounce and a half of vodka and two tablespoons of berries. I’ll also add in the juice of one lime and two ounces of sugar free ginger beer. I top it off with two ounces of kombucha of choice. Gently stir the mixture (don’t shake, fizz everywhere!). Add ice to the bottom of your copper mug or just a regular cocktail glass, add a small handful of berries (I always use frozen mixed berries in my drinks), and pour cocktail over the top and enjoy!
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Berry Kombucha Moscow Mule
- 1/4 C frozen berry mix
- mint leaves
- 1 1/2 oz vodka
- 1/2 lime, juiced
- 1/2 C kombucha
- 1/2 C sugar free ginger beer
In a copper mug or other cocktail glass, muddle mint leaves and berries. Add ice and vodka.
Top cocktail with rest of ingredients, stir & enjoy.