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A spicy tropical Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule version of a great pineapple cocktail! Cheers!
We love a good Moscow Mule, so with National Moscow Mule day upon us, what better way to celebrate then a Moscow Mule? Of course, we couldn’t celebrate with just a plain old Moscow Mule! We decided to spice things up a bit with our Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule! Spicy and fruity, this Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule is just the thing you need to spice up a party!
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Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule
Did you know Smirnoff vodka was originally developed way back in 1941 by the president of Smirnoff Vodka as a way to jump start vodka sales in the United States? The original Moscow Mule was made with just three ingredients, vodka, fresh squeezed lime juice and ginger beer. Introduced at a bar frequented by lots of celebrities and society figures, the plan to jump start sales worked! The Moscow Mule soon appeared all over bar menus, served in its iconic copper mug.
The combination of vodka, lime and ginger beer makes for a winning team. They are crisp and tart with a palate refreshing coolness, and the Moscow Mule is still a hit today. One thing we really like about Moscow Mules is how they are an excellent foundation for adding other flavors to create unique variations.
Over the past few years we have made some real great variations like a Blueberry Cucumber Moscow Mule, a Fresh Squeezed Mule or a Campfire Mule! We are always looking for new flavor combinations to add to a Moscow Mule. We liked the way that our a Hatch Chile and Raspberry Moscow Mule combined heat and sweet! Since we recently had dipped our toes into the tropical world of Tiki with our Nene Bird cocktail, we decided to use a little tropic heat to make our Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule!
How Did We Make It Spicy?
Pineapple and strawberry are fantastic combination, the pineapple an acidic sweet tart that partners up really well with the sweet berry freshness of the strawberries. One of our favorite savory flavors is the smokey heat from chipotle peppers, which just happens to work really well with pineapple.
With these flavors in mind, we decided that a combination of the sweet and heat would be great in a cocktail!
What Ingredients are Needed for the Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule?
- Spicy Tropical Syrup
- Chipotle Peppers
- Pineapple Puree
- Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule
- Spicy Tropical Syrup
- Ginger Beer
- Lime Juice
We decided that making a spicy tropical syrup would be just the ticket to making this pineapple cocktail a hit. The spicy tropical syrup used fresh pineapple puree, chopped fresh strawberries and chipotle peppers in adobo sauce.
This might sound like an unusual combination for sweet syrup. But then when you get the smokey heat and the sweet together, this syrup not only tastes great, but smells amazing!
Adding the spicy tropical syrup into the base Moscow Mule recipe really spices up the drink. When combined with the lime and ginger from the Moscow Mule, the spicy sweet comes to life. It transforms the Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule into a lively cocktail perfect for celebrating!
Like this recipe? Try these below, too!
Other Spicy Moscow Mule Cocktails
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- Jalapeno Moscow Mule – The Lemon Bowl
- Spicy Pineapple Moscow Mule – Vodka and Biscuits
- Spicy Cilantro Moscow Mule – Fork Knife and Love
- Spicy Austin Mule with Jalapeno and Mint – Karyl’s Kulinary Krusade
Other Strawberry Cocktails
- Strawberry Lime Moscow Mule – Platings and Pairings
- Basil Strawberry Gin Cocktail – Show Me the Yummy
- Strawberry Moscow Mule Float – Strawberry Blondie Kitchen
- Fresh Strawberry and Lime Tom Collins – Cookin Canuck
- Strawberry Daiquiri – Liquor.com
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We made a chipotle pineapple strawberry simple syrup for this Moscow Mule, and it is perfect heat and sweet.
Spicy Tropical Syrup
- 2 strawberries, chopped
- 1/2 cup of pineapple puree
- 1 cup sugar
- 3 Tbsp chipotle peppers in adobo sauce
- 1 cup water
Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule
- 2 oz vodka
- .25 oz freshly squeezed lime juice
- 4-5 oz ginger beer
- 1.5 oz Spicy Tropical Syrup
For the Spicy Pineapple Strawberry Moscow Mule
Fill a copper mug with crushed ice.
Add vodka, syrup, lime juice and stir.
Top with ginger beer.
Garnish with a pineapple wedge and a strawberry.
For the Spicy Tropical Syrup
Cut 2 whole slices from a fresh pineapple.
Remove the skin of the pineapple.
Place pineapple into a food processor with a splash of water.
Puree the pineapple.
In a saucepan, add sugar, water, chilies (with sauce too!) and chopped strawberries and pineapple puree.
Bring to a boil.
Remove from heat and allow the mixture to sit for 10-15 minutes.
Store in a sealed airtight container for up to 2 weeks.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 307Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 39mgCarbohydrates: 46.2gFiber: 0gSugar: 0gProtein: 0g
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