Kentucky Mule

Girls who drink whiskey can be summed up in two words: Robin Scherbatsky. Kinda badass!

At the beginning of this year I made a personal mission to be able to drink Whiskey cold, hold the rocks.

For one simple reason, Robin Scherbatsky, symbolizes the kind of character of women I’ve come to know who enjoy a good drink of whiskey. They have an edge over the regular wine drinkers (who can be found in virtually every restaurant), or beer consumers. There’s a class in drinking whiskey without developing a twitch.

So with a bottle hovering around thanks to this cake, I have delved into developing my taste for the fine drink that is whiskey.

Now if you are a visual person than Instagram would rate highly into your daily schedule. Turn alarm off. Open eyes. Check emails. Scroll through the Insta feed, double tapping what appeals in a half awake state. And than it would be one of the last things before closing eyes for the day.

Yes, Instagram is a veritable gold mine of visual delights to inspire and keep you up-to-date with friends’ lives. It is also a constant place of food inspiration from the many food sites, bloggers and general eaters who capture edible things.

So when this drink came up on my feed a few weeks ago from Food Republic, I instantly wanted to give it a go. And the beauty of this recipe…is that its super simple.

If you are currently in search of your summer drink to fill that empty palm on your summer break than look no further than this easy whiskey drink.

Note: Images updated in early 2018.

Kentucky Mule
Adapted from liquor.com
Serves 2

Ingredients:
1/4 cup bourbon
2 tablespoons lime juice
Ginger beer
Ice
Fresh mint to garnish

Directions:
Place the whiskey and lime juice into serving glasses.

Top with ginger beer and ice, garnish with fresh mint.

Serve.

Kentucky Mule

Serving Size: 2

Kentucky Mule

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup bourbon
  • 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • Ginger beer
  • Ice
  • Fresh mint to garnish

Instructions

Place the whiskey and lime juice into serving glasses.

Top with ginger beer and ice, garnish with fresh mint.

Serve.

Notes

Adapted from Liquor.com

https://roamingtaste.com/kentucky-mule/

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