I’m not sure about you, but when it comes to cocktails, I’m all about anything with ginger beer. The first time I had a Moscow Mule, it about changed my life. But as much as I love a good Moscow Mule, I’m always eager to switch things up a bit for a different taste. Enter the Gin Gin Mule, created by Audrey Sauders of New York City’s Pegu Club. The Gin-Gin Mule (named after it’s ode to the Moscow Mule as well as it’s use of both gin and ginger) and due to the addition of mint has become my favorite drink of choice.

Gin Gin Mule with bombay sapphire - lovefromberlin.net


10 mint leaves
1/2 ounces of simple syrup
half of a lime squeezed
1-1 1/2 ounces of Bombay Sapphire*
2 ounces of ounces of cold Aqua Monaco Hot Ginger (or any other ginger beer that is not too sweet)


In a cocktail shaker, drop in 10 mint leaves. Lightly muddle them with both the simple syrup and lime juice. Add the gin and ice and shake gently until chilled. Strain into a glass with ice, top with the ginger beer, and stir. Add a wedge of lime and a sprig of mint. Drink up!

Gin Gin Mule with bombay sapphire - lovefromberlin.net

Gin Gin Mule with bombay sapphire - lovefromberlin.net

Gin Gin Mule with bombay sapphire - lovefromberlin.net

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  • I’ve never heard of a ginger gin drink before but it definitely sounds tasty mmm. I haven’t had a drink in a while and don’t really have one usually but gin was always my favourite to make cocktails!

    Cherie | sinonym

    • rae

      It is so good. I was first introduced to the idea of doing ginger beer with gin at a Bombay Sapphire Event a few months back and then had to try it out for myself, stumbled across the Gin Gin Mule, and fell in love!

  • i’ve only tried gin once and i think i already forgot what it tastes like haha (it’s the wine in me speaking) so i need to try this! this sounds incredibly tasty!

    • rae

      Def do try it out and tell me what you think of it!

  • Tiffany Tales

    This sounds amazing! Love making a cocktail or two in the festive season x

    Tiffany Tales | Beauty & Lifestyle

  • I don’t drink alcohol so I’m quite bad at these things, but what I can say is that the pictures are really pretty!
    Have a nice day!

    Laura | http://www.furiouslychic.ch/

    • rae

      Thanks Laura, and no worries, I am sure a virgin version would taste just as delicious!

  • Ooh yes, I am currently in class but could use one of these right now LOL

    Enclothed Cognition

    • rae

      hahahah thata girl! ;)

  • Things She Loves

    What, this is perfect for hosting upcoming holiday parties! Thank you for this! xx


    • rae

      I think so too! So glad you liked this recipe!

  • I need to make this for the holidays! Thanks for sharing Rae :)


    • rae

      It is seriously such a great holiday drink! No worries!

  • Sounds very festive, I might need to try it during the holidays.
    Love your photography by the way!

    Vanessa x | http://www.springlilies.com

    • rae

      Yes please do and tell me what you think!

  • omg, your pictures and table setup!!! STOP IT! :)
    xx finja | http://www.effcaa.com

  • This is such a beautiful platter! I don’t drink, but drinks always look so fancy and fun! -Audrey | Brunch at Audrey’s

    • rae

      Thanks so much Audrey, and I am sure a virgin version would taste just as good!

  • Sophie Lee

    Easy recipe and sounds great <3

    xoxo, Cool men style