- 1 oz Ancho Reyes Original
- 0.25 oz Fresh Lime Juice
- 3 oz Ginger Beer
- Lime Wheel
- Crystalized Ginger
Fill a copper mule mug with ice.
Add Ancho Reyes and lime juice and gently pour ginger beer on top.
Garnish with a lime wheel and crystalized ginger.
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101 Old Fashioned Reel
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