Mother’s Day Brunch Cocktail Grapefruit Ginger Mule

Serve this refreshing take on a classic mule at your next brunch or spring get together. Customize your glassware with these cute vinyl decals to serve it at a Mother's Day brunch!

Mother’s Day is right around the corner and if you’re hosting a big brunch or just making a special meal for your favorite ladies you have to serve this delicious cocktail. Though mimosas (or mimosa popsicles) are my go-to brunch drink, I’m pretty sure this citrus mule is going to be my new favorite. It’s my version of a Moscow mule— with my favorite Natalie’s grapefruit juice and sweetened with homemade ginger syrup. It’s sweet, refreshing and has a slight kick. Everything you need in a brunch cocktail, right?

To make my cocktails every prettier, I dressed up some of my favorite glasses with some adhesive vinyl flowers. I cut them out using my Silhouette but you can always cut them by hand too. The adhesive vinyl is great because it adheres to the glass even when it’s sweating and they can be hand washed and reused. When you’re tired of the glassware the decals just peel right off!

Download the printable template or the SVG file

If you love Moscow Mules then you'll love refreshing citrus version that uses Natalie's fresh squeezed grapefruit juice. Perfect for Mother's Day brunch!

Grapefruit Ginger Mules
1 serving

Ingredients:
2 ounces Natalie’s Grapefruit Juice
1 ounce vodka
1 tablespoon ginger simple syrup (see below)
1 ounce cane sugar ginger ale
large ice cubes
fresh grapefruit peel and wedges, for serving

Place one large ice cube in a glass. Pour Natalie’s Grapefruit Juice, vodka, ginger simple syrup over ice and stir. Top with ginger ale and serve with a fresh grapefruit wedge and peel in the glass.

Ginger simple syrup can be made by combing 1/4 cup sugar and 1/4 water. Heat the mixture in a microwave safe bowl until the sugar is dissolved, about 1 minute. Meanwhile, peel and slide a 1” piece of fresh ginger. Place the ginger slices in the sugar mixture and allow it to steep for 15 minutes. Allow the mixture to cool and remove the ginger pieces before using it in this recipe. This makes enough syrup for 4 drinks.

Serve these refreshing grapefruit mules at your next brunch, shower or girls night! Click through to download the template to make your own flower glassware too.

This post was created in partnership with Natalie’s Orchid Island Juice Company. Thanks so much for supporting the brands that keep this blog going!

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