Blackberry Mule

This no-buzz variation of the Moscow Mule delivers a dash of sweet, tart and earthy with undertones of ginger and lime.

June 12, 2024 | | Drinks

At Babbo Wine Bar & Patio at Hockley Valley Resort, fresh herbs such as basil, mint or rosemary are accompanied by “citrus twists and edible flowers like hibiscus or pansies to transform a mocktail into a visual masterpiece,” says spokesperson Shannon Smith. She shared with us the bar’s recipe for their Blackberry Mule, which gets its fizz from ginger beer.

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Blackberry Mule

Recipe submitted by: Babbo Wine Bar & Patio at Hockley Valley Resort ( Visit Website )


  • 4 blackberries
  • 1oz simple syrup
  • 1oz lime juice
  • sprig of rosemary
  • ginger beer


  1. Muddle all the ingredients together in a shaker, then add ice and shake.
  2. Strain and pour over ice in a classic copper mule mug, or any stylish glass of your choice.
  3. Top with ginger beer and garnish with a wedge of lime.

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