Moscow Mule Gift Basket – DIY

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It’s no secret that I love making gift baskets. This Moscow mule gift basket is one of my favorites!

Moscow Mule Gift Basket DIY

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It’s the perfect gift for so many occasions. It’s great for a birthday gift, housewarming present, or just because!

A Moscow mule is made with vodka, ginger beer, lime juice, and it’s garnished with a slice or wedge of lime and mint leaves. I included most of these ingredients in the gift basket.

Here is a breakdown of the things I used and where I bought them:

The basket I used is from Wayfair. They have tons of baskets to choose from. The one I bought was only $7.

The vodka and limes I bought from the grocery store.

I bought the Kettle chips online, but I haven’t been able to find them lately. Any type of chip will do, I just liked that the bag matched the copper mugs.

The rest of the goodies I bought from Amazon. I will give you the links in case you want to order the same stuff.

Set of 4 Moscow Mule Hammered Copper – This is a must have for a Moscow mule! I usually put two mugs in each gift basket so buying four at a good price is perfect….I have enough for two baskets.

Stoli Ginger Beer Moscow Mule Non-Alcoholic Beverage 4pack – The ginger beer I bought also comes in a 4 pack. I also use two of these for each gift basket.

The Ginger People Gin Gins Original Chewy Ginger Candy 3 Oz (pack of 2) – I thought it would be cute to add some ginger candy to the basket. This is sold as 2 packs, which is perfect for two baskets! I always try to buy multiple packs if I can.

Striped Paper Straws – Black White – Pack of 100 – I added the straws to one of the copper mugs….just for a cute factor.

Key Lime Honeystix – Flavored Honey – Pack of 50 Stix – It’s kind of hard to see these in the picture of my gift basket, but these are in the back right corner. I didn’t put all 50 in the gift basket. Again, this was something I bought knowing I would be able to use it more than once.

I also added a Moscow mule recipe card to the second copper mug.

That’s it! That’s all you need to put together an impressive Moscow mule gift basket.

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