For the Q Smokin’ Hot Mule, we use Q Ginger Beer – which is spicier, more carbonated and less sweet than other ginger beers – and pair it with mezcal and Ancho Reyes Chile Liqueur for a smokier, even spicier drink.
Ancho Reyes Liqueur
Q Ginger Beer
Slice of blood orange for garnish
Shake mezcal and liqueur with ice and strain into the bottom of a mule mug or highball glass.
Top with crushed ice, add Ginger Beer and garnish with Blood orange wheel.
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