Moscow Mule Carry On Cocktail Kit

Jul 20, 2015

Category: Vices

Traveling is never fun — layovers, being stuck on a plane all day, and having to deal with the snoring guy next to you while the kid behind you plays soccer with your seat can all bring you down. But it’s not like making yourself a stiff cocktail is plausible on a plane, at least, it wasn’t until the Moscow Mule Carry On Cocktail Kit came along.

Each Moscow Mule Carry On Cocktail Kit comes with everything you need to fix yourself a couple of drinks: a recipe card, small-batch ginger syrup, a half-ounce jigger, a bar spoon, and even a linen coaster. It all fits inside a carry-on friendly tin, and then only thing that’s missing is, well, the booze. But you can get yourself the vodka you need from your flight attendant. The kit is available now for $24, and there are two other versions available, the Old Fashioned and the Gin & Tonic. [Purchase]

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