DRY Sparkling Ginger Moscow Mule {Video}


DRY Sparkling has been a Seattle staple for years! With so many fun flavors, you don't even need to add alcohol to create a delicious, sophisticated "cocktail", but lets be honest, it's better when you do.

My friends over at DRY shared their Moscow Mule recipe including their Ginger soda flavor. It has all the flavor of a Moscow Mule, but so much less sugar! I also tried it using their Cucumber soda, and it was so fresh and perfect for a summer afternoon.

I created a fun little video showing you how I made the drink. You can also find the recipe below. Cheers!

Mix 1/2 oz fresh lime juice with 1 1/2 oz. vodka
(I just used a whole smaller lime, and I prefer Tito's vodka)
Add ice (small cubes preferred) to the top of the glass
Fill up the rest with Ginger Dry Sparkling Soda (and/or Cucumber soda)
Give it a stir, and enjoy!

A Night at the ballpark with the Tacoma Rainiers

Earlier this month a few of us were invited to come check out the newly re-vamped Cheney Stadium in Tacoma to catch a Tacoma Rainiers game. I'm going to be completely honest, having grown up in the Seattle area, "Tacoma" was not exactly a destination. Since I moved back to WA three years ago, all I've been hearing is how Tacoma is up and coming and it's "actually really cute", and now it's that Cheney Stadium is "actually really cool".

Well folks, I'm here to tell you that the rumors are true. Described by Rainiers President Aaron Artman as "the boutique hotel of pro sports," that's exactly what it was. We had such a great experience on the Party Deck. We had a great view from above of the whole field, a bar at our disposal, great food options around us, and a front and center view of Mount Rainier herself.

I love going to Safeco for Mariners games, but this was a whole different experience. The game was sold out, and it never felt like we were being overrun with people. And it felt like we were being taken care of, rather than just one of thousands of people they're trying to serve as fast as they can.

Throw in amazing food options for me to stuff my face with (which they did), and I'm a happy camper. (Pro tip: get the cookie. When we were there it was up by the party deck, but ask anyone and they'll point you in the right direction). The hot dogs and Mac and cheese were also well worth it.

Rainiers "R" Striped Tee

Thank you to the Tacoma Rainiers and The Fearey Group for a fantastic experience!