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Thank you for your interest in creating a guest post with Advanced Mixology. All guest post submissions will definitely receive a response within 3 business days. Please observe the following in writing your article:  Considering the nature of our business, please select a topic that is about or related to alcoholic beverages and products. Note that we will not accept content that does not add value nor are of low-quality, especially as compared to that of the existing content under the same topic published on the website. Each article must consist of 750 words or more. If there are any...

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Bourbon Mule: The Recipe Plus More Details About Kentucky’s Pride

Bourbon Mule: The Recipe Plus More Details About Kentucky’s Pride

The classic Moscow Mule is a certified crowd pleaser, but if you’re looking for a new taste for your Mule, then you’re in for a treat! Bourbon Mule, also known as Kentucky Mule, is a variation of Moscow Mule that makes use of bourbon instead of vodka. The warm flavor of bourbon whiskey is a good match for the spice of ginger and will surely have you or the people you serve it to asking for more.  Did You Know? Bourbon Mule is also called Kentucky Mule because this drink originated from Kentucky.Share this trivia!  The good news is, it won’t...

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Blood and Sand Cocktail Recipe: A Complete Guide to the 1930 Classic Cocktail

Blood and Sand Cocktail Recipe: A Complete Guide to the 1930 Classic Cocktail

Its name may not be appetizing, but this 1930-inspired classic Scotch-based cocktail is a must-try.

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Paper Plane Cocktail: Recipe, History, and Everything You Need to Know About Paper Plane

Paper Plane Cocktail: Recipe, History, and Everything You Need to Know About Paper Plane

Whip up your own Paper Plane Cocktail at the comfort of your home using this easy recipe!

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Why Use a Pure Copper Mug for Moscow Mules?

Why Use a Pure Copper Mug for Moscow Mules?

Vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice. The ingredients for a Moscow mule are simple and recognisable. However, it’s not the combination of ingredients that gives the mule its kick. The refreshing drink gets its reputation from the chill created by the signature mug it’s served in.  The copper mug is as much a part of the Moscow Mule as the vodka. Why Use a Copper Mug for Moscow Mules? Moscow mule consists of certain elements like vodka, lime and ginger which when react with copper simply enhance the taste of a moscow mule. Most importantly a copper mug helps in...

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