But fo realz…
Okay, this “Too Easy” is even more of a ridiculous recipe than the last one, in that that it is literally 2 ingredients (at the most three). BUT! It’s booze, and it’s a Friday, and we could all use a cocktail that both goes down easily, and is stupid simple to make.
Remember that time Hangar 1 sent me vodka and I made Bloody Marys? I wasn’t lying about only sharing products with you that I personally love. They actually did not send me any vodka, or ask me to write this post, but after trying their “Straight” vodka, I basically had to run out and purchase any flavors I could find. I loved it *that* much.
Unfortunately, I’ve only been able to find the “Kaffir Lime” flavor at my liquor store, but Hoe Lee Shiznit is it good! It has no fake-y taste to it at all. It’s bright, insanely tasty, and smooth as hell. Is it awkward to admit I’ve almost finished 3 bottles of it? I’ve had some help, of course, but we’re talking 3 bottles innnn ohhhh 2 months? And I have exclusively made this drink with it.
So, like I said, this only has 2 ingredients; the Hangar 1 Kaffir Lime and the best ginger beer I’ve ever tried from Q Drinks. Once again, Q Drinks did not send me anything, and quite frankly, I doubt they know I exist (despite the fact I stalk them on social media). I just REALLY love their ginger beer.
It’s super spicy and not overly sweet. They obviously know what they have here because it says “spectacular ginger beer” right on the bottle.
So yes, just these two simple ingredients mixed together will produce the BEST Moscow Mule. It will please guys and girls, and it is insanely refreshing. If you wanna get fancy, you can throw in a lime wedge, or garnish with a lime wheel, but it’s definitely not necessary.
So no, you absolutely do not need a recipe for this, but I promise you’ll be glad you now know of this combination!
Stupis simple, but terribly tasty. Happy Friday!
- Hangar 1 Kaffir Lime Vodka
- Q Drinks Ginger Beer
- Lime slices or wedges (optional)
- Fill your glass with ice, pour in 1 and 1/2 to 2 ounces of the vodka, and fill the rest of the glass with ginger beer. Garnish with the lime, if desired. (Yes, I actually wrote out this hilariously silly "recipe.")