The Moscow Mule is a popular vodka based cocktail which has inspired countless variations all over the world that have enticed cocktails lovers beyond any measure. A standout variation of the Moscow Mule are the many “Whisky Mules” that draw inspiration from the place the whisky belongs to such as the Irish Mule when made with Irish whiskey, Glasgow Mule is case of Scotch whisky and so on.
A pioneer in the Indian whisky industry, it was one of the first whisky brands in India to opt out of using artificial flavouring in their product. That coupled with a smooth drink has helped the brand cement itself as a legendary brand that makes it a wonderful base spirit for this delicious whisky cocktail.
The fresh tangy flavours of The Desi Mule are complemented by Royal Stag whisky, and exceeds all expectations when it comes to delivering a truly one of a kind cocktail experience.
Step 1: Add Royal Stag whisky and lemon juice to a copper/brass mug, or a Highball glass.
Step 2: Stir gently with a bar spoon, add lots of crushed ice on top.
Step 3: Top the mug with ginger ale and stir a couple of times.
Step 4: Add a sprig of mint leaves for garnish and enjoy the Desi Mule!
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