Pumpkin Moscow Mule

Like most people, when I think of Fall I think of pumpkin spiced everything.  With Fall officially around the corner, I am putting a pumpkin twist to one of my favorite cocktails, the Moscow Mule.  So, if you love pumpkin as much as I do, try the below cocktail!

Cannot or do not consume alcohol? No Problem— I have you covered with a mocktail version!


Note: Ginger Beer is non alcoholic

Pumpkin Moscow Mule (Cocktail)

4 oz. (8 Tbsp) Ginger Beer
1.5 oz. (or 3 Tbsp) Pumpkin Flavor Liquor (Vodka or Rum)
.5 oz. (or 1 Tbsp) Lime Juice

Pumpkin Moscow Mule (Mocktail)

4 oz. (8 Tbsp) Ginger Beer
1 oz. (or 2 Tbsp) Homemade Pumpkin Syrup* – for sweeter taste add additional Tbsp
.5 oz. (or 1 Tbsp) Lime Juice

Fill cup with ice, combine all ingredients, and stir.  Garnish with lime slices and Enjoy!


Tip: For a quick and easy way to differentiate the Mocktails from the Cocktails – Just add a straw to the Mocktail

*You can buy Pumpkin Syrup in stores however, you can make your own in less than 10 minutes and with only 4 ingredients!  The syrup is absolutely delicious and can be used in cocktails, mocktails, coffee, on pancakes & waffles, french toast, mixed in oatmeal, or anything your heart desires.*

 Homemade Pumpkin Syrup

¾ c. Water
¾ c. Brown sugar
¼ c. Pumpkin puree
2 tsp. Pumpkin spice

Add all ingredients into a stainless-steel pot and whisk together until fully combined. Put on stovetop and bring to a boil – stir constantly.  Turn heat to low and let simmer for 2 to 3 minutes while continuing to stir.  Pour the pumpkin spice syrup though a fine mesh strainer into a bowl to separate any solids from the liquid.  Transfer into glass bottle with lid and store in refrigerator. Enjoy!


Pumpkin Syrup - Glass

As Always, Live Creatively – Xoxo Joyce






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