Blueberry Mint Mule Recipe

I will admit, this cocktail looks a little Christmasy with the green and pink, but it tastes like pure spring!  It is a bit of a hybrid between a moscow mule and a mojito, two of my absolute favorite boozy beverages.  This recipe includes a simple twist on the moscow mule classic.  By adding blueberries we introduce a seasonal fruit that is oh so delicious and can be used in a multitude of ways around the kitchen!  Did I mention the beautiful color of this cocktail? It can also be attributed to ever amazing blueberry and don't forget the mint, an addition that I think keeps the bevvie light and refreshing!  Hopefully you'll give it a whirl this weekend while you are lounging poolside :)

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yield 2
5-7 blueberries
5 lime wedges
4-8 mint leaves
3 ounces vodka
soda water (optional)
1 can of ginger beer

- In a large shaker muddle blueberries, limes, and mint! **
- Add ice and vodka to shaker and shake vigorously for 15-20 seconds.
- Empty contents of shaker evenly between two cocktail glasses.
- Fill with ice.
- Top with ginger beer and a splash of soda water. **
- Garnish with lime wheel and a mint sprig.

- If you love mint, add a bunch (I do!) if you aren't a big fan you can leave it out completely or only add 2 leaves per beverage!
- I like to use a little bit of soda water in my mules to keep them low in calories and super refreshing, too much ginger beer can be overwhelming in my opinion!