Concord Grape Moscow Mule – A Vodka Cocktail

Concord Grape Moscow Mule - A Vodka Cocktail

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A grape version of the classic Moscow Mule! A Concord Grape Recipes Moscow Mule!

 

 

 

We recently were wandering around the Omaha Farmer’s Market when we ran across a beautiful bunch of concord grapes. Concord grapes recipe aren’t something we regularly see around here, but occasionally in late summer a few stands offer them, so we jumped on the chance to get some local concord grapes!

 

 

 

Grape Moscow Mule

Concord grapes are delicious, versatile grapes that are usually used in wines, juices and jellies, but we have found ways to use them in dishes and in cocktails! Our latest cocktail is a perfect one for the last days of summer, a Concord Grape Recipe Moscow Mule!

 

 

 

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Concord Grape Moscow Mule in copper mugs with grapes and ginger on cocktail pics. Bunch grapes, flowers, jigger and metal canister in background

Copper Mugs / Garnish Picks

 

 

 

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A fresh batch of concord grapes is a real treat, the sweet, juicy grapes bringing a good old fashioned grape flavor that is familiar, but when fresh deeper and more tart than the classic grape flavor we are used to. The concord grape is what is known as a slip skin grape, meaning when squeezed, the seed and the pulp will squeeze out, leaving the behind the dark skins.

 

 

 

The dark skins however aren’t just waste, they not only pass on a great tart edge but also a beautiful deep purple color that looks fantastic in a cocktail.

 

 

 

 

Concord Grape Moscow Mule in copper mugs. Grapes and ginger on cocktail picks. Flowers in background

Crystallized Ginger / Ginger Beer

 

 

 

Grape is a seriously underused flavor in cocktails, with most folks associating the use of grapes in wine and spirits like pisco and brandy. Rarely however do you find the flavor of fresh grapes in a cocktail. We were snacking on these concord grapes when the inspiration hit that maybe these concord grape recipes of ours would be a perfect addition to a crisp tart cocktail like a Moscow Mule.

 

 

This is especially if we made a grape syrup that captured that grape flavor with out the mess of the skins and the pulp! If you don’t have fresh grapes, make a simple syrup out of Concord Grape Jelly.

 

 

 

 

Concord Grape Moscow Mule in copper mug. Grapes and ginger on cocktail pick. Flowers in background

 

 

 

 

Our concord grape syrup was really simple, just water, sugar and some concord grapes! We just brought the mix to a boil which popped the grapes and released their sweet tart juice into the syrup. The resulting syrup was a sweet purple color with a rich flavor of the fresh concord grapes!

 

 

 

 

Concord Grape Moscow Mule in mugs with grapes and ginger.

 

 

 

What Ingredients are Needed for the Concord Grape Moscow Mule?

  • Concord Grape Simple Syrup
  • Lime Juice
  • Vodka
  • Ginger Beer

 

 

 

The Moscow Mule is an ideal cocktail for making new variations. Since the original is a really simple cocktail just consisting of vodka, ginger beer and lime. We were able to make our Concord Grape Recipes Moscow mule by just adding in a little bit of concord grape simple syrup, making this a very simple variation.

 

 

 

 

 

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The sweet tart of this concord grape recipes worked really well with the tart lime and ginger beer and made for a nice summer sipper!

 

 

 

Cheers!

 

 

 

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Concord Grape Moscow Mule - A Vodka Cocktail
Yield: 1

Concord Grape Moscow Mule - A Vodka Cocktail

Prep Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes

A Concord grape version of the classic Moscow Mule.

Ingredients

Instructions

Add vodka, lime juice and Concord grape syrup into a copper mug filled with crushed ice.

Top with ginger beer.

Garnish with Concord grapes.

Cheers!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

1

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 190 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 9mg Carbohydrates: 25.1g Fiber: 0.1g Sugar: 24.1g Protein: 0.1g

 

 

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Concord Grape version of the classic Moscow Mule. Ginger beer, vodka, lime juice and Concord Grape simple syrup.

 

 

 

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22 thoughts on “Concord Grape Moscow Mule – A Vodka Cocktail

  1. I haven’t been able to get into MM’s, but I am showing this to my husband! He will love it! He has thoes copper cups too!

  2. How did you know I was looking for a new vodka recipe?!! Actually I wasn’t, but excuse me, I have to go pick up some ginger beer.
    Actually I pinned this so I can tomorrow, because I should really be thinking about bed, not vodka. So.hard. Kid’s asleep. But it’s only Tuesday. 😉

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