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When it comes to fall, a few great cocktails come to mind. There's mulled wine and spiked cider, both equally comforting and delicious in their own right. Sometimes though, you want something cold and refreshing, because some fall days are too warm for your favorite turtleneck. The tropical drinks of summer no longer apply, and we crave a more spiced flavor profile.
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Enter: apple cider mules. Think Moscow Mules with an autumnal twist. Some of the original elements remain: ginger beer because of its natural spice (shout out Gosling's!) and vodka for its … well, for it's alcohol. Replace the lime juice with some sparkling apple cider — we're partial to Martinelli's but any brand will do. Top it all off with a slice of apple and a cinnamon stick for flavor and call it a day.
It's easy to whip up a big batch of these at a time. You can serve them in a classic copper Moscow Mule mug, but totally not necessary. We suggest consuming these around a bonfire, as an apple picking pregame, or perhaps while watching your favorite football team crush the competition. It's a taste of fall in every sip.