Charred Cherries meet ginger beer, mint and lime in this epic Big Green Egg Cocktail. Serve this cocktail in a shiny copper mug for that WOW effect at your next dinner.
Big Green Egg Charred Cherry Moscow Mule
Enjoy yet another way your grill can change up your everyday meals and cocktails!
2021 Ace Recipe – BGE – Charred Cherry Moscow Mule
Yield: Makes 1 Cocktail
Prep time: 10 Minutes
Measure Ingredient Prep Notes
1 wedge Lime, Small
4-6 ea Cherries, Pitted, Charred Char on Big Green Egg
2 fl oz Vodka, Choice
¾ cup Ginger Beer
1 sprig Mint Top
1 wedge Lime, Small
2-4 ea Cherries, Pitted, Charred Char on Big Green Egg
Using A Copper Mug, Sugar the rim using cane sugar (if desired)
Fill Copper Mug with Ice
Using a cocktail shaker, fill with ice, chill and then discard ice
1 Wedge Lime
4-6 Charred Cherries
Muddle Lime and Cherries
2 Fl Oz Vodka (your choice)
¾ Cup Ginger Beer
Put top on shaker and secure
Shake actively for 10-15 seconds
Pour over ice in mason jar
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