Mix Up This Montana Huckleberry Mule
Montana Huckleberry Mule
Hee haw, hee haw, hee haw...this cocktail is a kicker! The key to this one is the sweet taste of huckleberry vodka. YUM! Huckleberries are native to Montana, grow in its western part, and are a favorite of both natives and bears! Whether you’re gearing up for your next girls weekend at a Montana dude ranch, or reminiscing about your last trip there, this fun drink brings the taste of Montana home. Warning: Huckleberry vodka is not easy to find so if you do find it, you have to make this drink...and make several!
Ingredients for two cocktails | Multiply my degree of thirst, divide by number of girlfriends!
Huckleberry vodka (we used 44 Degrees North)
2 fresh limes. Two for juice, and one for cut wedges
Fresh mint leaves for garnish
Copper mugs (optional)
Pour 2 shots of vodka along with the juice from one lime into a cocktail shaker. Fill with ice and shake until well combined and cold.
Strain this mixture evenly into two cold copper mugs or other drinkware.
Fill the cups the rest of the way with ginger beer and ice.
Garnish with fresh mint leaves and lime wedges.
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