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What better way to serve the timeless Moscow Mule than in an Old Dutch Moscow Mule Mug. The Moscow Mule is a classic cocktail usually served in a copper mug that has been refreshing taste buds since the 1940’s. That famous blend of vodka, ginger beer, and lime juice can be enjoyed, especially so, with Old Dutch International new 2ply Moscow Mule Mug. With a hammered copper exterior layer bonded to a 18/8 stainless steel interior, they’re stylish and durable. There’s no cheap copper-plating involved. This mug is double-walled with a full layer of copper and a full layer of stainless steel to make a superior Moscow Mule Mug.

I am very sorry to hear what happened to you. But I don’t think that is the copper mug issue. Although you mentioned about the discoloration of the interior of your copper mug it seems like you are suffering some acute bacterial infection of bowels but not copper intoxication, which usually caused by chronic accumulation of copper not by a rush account intake.

The mule has a interesting story behind it really. It originally popped up in the 40s and experienced a rush of popularity due to some clever marketing and hard work on behalf of it’s founders. It faded away in the groovy times of the 60s and has recently, I’d say in the past 3-5 years, made a comeback to relevance and is quite frequently featured as a signature cocktail at most popular resturantes. Check out the BoozeNews for a full write-up on the story. I always appreciate the history, but also feel compelled to add a little creative dimension to my SkinnyTinis You will find that the Skinny Mule is quite a bit different than its original, but equally light and refreshing.

Never Put Your Mugs in the Dishwasher: The dishwasher is kind of like an automated car wash for your dishes. It’s a harsh environment that could actually cause the nickel lining of your copper mugs to crack and chip off. While you don’t technically need the nickel lining you don’t want to be enjoying a nice Moscow Mule and suddenly ingest some nickel chips that broke off due to the mug being damaged in the dishwasher. Also, leaving the mugs to dry in the dishwasher with the other plates and pans is not a great idea, unless you like tarnish.

How To Clean Copper Moscow Mule Mugs Something New For. Some mugs may state they are safe for use in the dishwasher but the vast majority of copper mugs are lined with nickel or in some cases stainless steel. These mugs are only coated with food safe lacquer on the outside to allow for the full Aruvedic health. Moving into an apartment with a dishwasher was a game changer for me.

Courtney ‘Dell loves to share great wine, good food, and her explorations of far flung places- all while masting an everyday elegant and easy style. Courtney is a former Senate staffer and financial industry lobbyist turned writer of the popular creative lifestyle blog Sweet C’s Designs – a site devoted to easy recipes, DIY and decor, and travel inspiration. Courtney is well known for her stunning photography both on and off the plate. Her artistic eye for design showcases the beautiful moments in life. Courtney has traveled extensively throughout the world and loves sharing travel tips with her followers.

Our polished copper mug is handcrafted by artisans in Turkey who carry on the ancient traditions of Anatolian metalworking. The sleek cylinder is spun by hand from solid copper, and finished with smooth handles and a tin lining. Blending elements of tradition and modernity, the design gives iced cocktails like Moscow Mules, hard iced tea and mint juleps a refreshing update. Handcrafted from solid copper using traditional techniques. Copper will age naturally to a rich bronze patina. Food-safe tin-plated lining. Made in Turkey.

When I’m out with friends or entertaining at home, wine is generally my beverage of choice. Light reds like Pinot Noir, a dry, crisp Sauvignon Blanc in the summer or of course, anything sparkling, the bubblier the better. Though martinis and mixed drinks are a fun departure from wine, they’re generally full of sugar and calories that make your teeth and head hurt.

Whev you’ve found the perfect match of mug and supplier, place your order with the sales person who’s been helping you with your options, and ask them if you can set up an account if they don’t do that for you automatically. This will make reordering in the future much faster than going through the whole process again because your information and preferences will be attached to your account for quick referencing.