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Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules

Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules are a fun festive cocktail for Thanksgiving and Christmas!
This years signature holiday cocktail in our house is Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules.
Colt and I set out last weekend to develop a fun cocktail for the holidays! 
We started with our beloved Moscow Mule and added a dark ruby red unfiltered naturally sweetened cranberry juice for it's gorgeous color.
Filtered cranberry juice will work equally as well but the color will be a little bit lighter once it's mixed with the ginger beer and ice.
Colt then smacked the sage to release the aromatic earthy oils and floated them on top of the Cranberry Moscow Mules.
With every sip of Cranberry Sage Moscow Mule you catch the aroma of the sage and a small taste of the earthy undertones without being over powering to the drink.
For a more intense flavor you can stir the sage into the cocktail once it's served.
It really is quite delicious either way.
If your taste buds aren't fond of sage, rosemary or thyme would make an equally delicious combination.
Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules make a wonderful accompaniment to the turkey and stuffing for Thanksgiving but  easily carry through to Christmas with it's festive ruby red color and green sage leaves.
A gorgeous fun addition to your holiday menu! 

Fill a glass 2/3 of the way full of Ice. 
Add 1 shot of your favorite Vodka.
For stronger drinks use tumblers and for lighter drinks use tall glasses.
Add 1 1/2 shots Cranberry Juice.
Top glasses off with Ginger Beer.
For each drink take 2 whole Sage Leaves and slap between hands 4-5 times to release aroma and oils.
Easy to make Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules are a must have cocktail for Thanksgiving and Christmas!
Top each cocktail with 2 sage leaves and serve immediately.

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Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules

Recipe by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
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Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules are a delicious holiday cocktail perfect for entertaining. With gorgeous deep reds and vibrant green from the sage it makes a fun cocktail for Thanksgiving or Christmas!
Prep time: PT5M
Cook time: PT0M
Total time: PT5M
Yield: 1 Serving
  • 1 shot Vodka
  • 1 1/2 shots Cranberry Juice
  • 1/2 bottle Ginger Beer
  • 2 whole Sage Leaves
  • Ice 
Cooking Directions
  1. Fill a tumbler for stronger drinks or tall glass for lighter drinks 2/3rds of the way full of ice.
  2. Add vodka and cranberry juice. Top off with ginger beer.
  3. Smack sage leaves between hands to release oils and float on top of cocktails.
  4. Serve immediately.
  5. Sage can be stirred into Cranberry Sage Moscow Mules for stronger flavor once served.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Serena, I can't wait to try this over the holidays. Pinned & shared. Hope you have a happy holiday season.



Hi! My name is Serena and welcome to my site! I'm a wife and mother to 3. A few of my favorite things are cooking, baking, dark chocolate, family game nights, and the ocean. My biggest dislike is lima beans, please don't ask for a recipe... My husband Colt regularly joins me in the kitchen and has become the primary photographer of our site. I hope you'll join us on our fun cooking adventure!

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