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Cranberry & Jalapeno Moscow Mule with Lance Bass

In this recipe, you'll learn how to make a tasty holiday cocktail with roasted cranberries, ginger, and lime. This stubborn mule (a Moscow mule with Bourbon), was inspired by NSYNC bandmate Lance Bass and his Just Add X mixers. Oh, and there is an interview with Lance himself!

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Ingredients

 Roasted Cranberries
 2 cups cranberries
 1 tablespoon Just Add X Stubborn Mule Mixer
 2 tablespoons sugar
 
 Cranberry & Jalapeno Moscow Mule
 4.50 ounces Just Add X Stubborn Mule Mixer, divided
 2 ounces club soda
 2 ounces Bourbon
 1 slice Jalapeno
 2 tablespoons roasted cranberries, divided
 Lime wedges
 Fresh Mint
Yields1 Serving
Prep Time5 minsCook Time15 minsTotal Time20 mins

Instructions

1

Roasted Cranberries: Toss cranberries with Just Add X Stubborn Mule Mixer until fully coated. Add sugar and toss until all cranberries are covered. Transfer to a baking sheet and roast at 200 degrees F for 15 minutes. While the cranberries are roasting, be sure to watch the video above to see my interview with Lance Bass.

2

Let cranberries cool in the fridge for 15 minutes.

3

Add 1 tablespoon roasted cranberries to a collins glass with a slice of jalapeno and a tablespoon of Just Add X Stubborn Mule Mixer. Muddle.

4

Fill the glass ⅔ full with crushed ice.

5

Add the remaining 3 ounces of Jax, 2 ounces bourbon, top off with 2 ounces club soda. Top with another tablespoon of roasted cranberries, fresh mint, and lime for garnish.

6

Enjoy!

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Jerry James Stone

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