Sipling Moscow Mule

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A review of Sipling Moscow Mule.

ABV: 0%
Calories per bottle: 67 (27 per 100ml)
Score: 2.5 out of 5

As the name suggests, a Moscow Mule usually starts with vodka, although its roots are far from Russian. Like so many famous cocktails, there are quite a few claimants to honour of being its inventor. What we do know is that it first saw the light of day in America sometime in the 1940s. Ginger beer is what gives it its kick – hence the name Mule.

This alcohol-free Mule was invented in London in 2019 by Avnish Babla. Like all Sipling drinks, it’s a great-looking tipple, presented in a smart bottle with a subtle dark blue and copper colour-scheme. The drink itself has the cloudiness of an old-fashioned ginger beer and a nice gingery smell. Unfortunately, we didn’t pick up so many of the other flavours promised: premium vodka, mint and lime. It’s a lovely drink, but more like a high-end ginger ale than a Moscow Mule, we’re afraid to say.

But, as we always say, we’re not the last word in drinks tasting, and it’s always worth trying stuff for yourself. You can order all of Sipling’s drinks direct from them, either as a pack of six bottles of one drink or a mixed tasting pack of six different cocktails. Other sales outlets are sure to be on the way.

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