How to Make a Cranberry Orange Moscow Mule

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If you’ve attended a wedding before, you may have noticed “signature drinks” as a part of the drink menu. This is an easy way for the bride and groom to share their personality and favorite drink choices with their guests for the night. You can pair your signature drinks with beer or wine choices for the night to make your open bar selection more affordable and fun.

Here is an easy Moscow Mule recipe (with a twist) you can use as your signature drink recipe on your wedding day or any day you choose. 😉



Ginger beer

Cranberry Juice

Fresh limes

Fresh oranges

Ice cubes

Cranberries (optional)


  • For 2 servings: combine 2oz vodka and 1/2 cup of cranberry juice.
  • Add squeezed juice of one orange and one lime.
  • Stir all ingredients, then add 4oz ginger beer.
  • Pour all ingredients over ice and garnish with fresh orange wedges and dried or frozen cranberries if desired.

Feel free to add more orange juice if you feel this recipe is favoring the cranberry taste.

Enjoy and drink responsibly!

I am a big fan of Moscow Mules so my fiancé bought me these copper mugs for Christmas so I was excited to use them for the first time. Sadly, I had to ditch them to show you guys the beautiful color of this drink. If you want your own copper mug set, I’ve linked some easy places where you can get your own.

What is your go to cocktail recipe? I would love to try it at home, share it in the comments below! xoxo

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3 thoughts on “How to Make a Cranberry Orange Moscow Mule

  1. Claire Ady says:

    hhmm… ginger beer and cranberry. it sounds interesting. my husband bought be a rhubarb gin for xmas which they suggest mixing with ginger. kinda crazy combination but kinda works… which is what some couples say about their relationship!

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