What are the best Moscow Mule mugs?
There are hundreds (even thousands) of Moscow Mule mugs out in the market today. Although they make look all the same, they are not. Many are unlined and mixed with other metals like nickel. Some are also non-refundable, non-returnable, and without a warranty. So, how can you get the best copper mug? You should only get it here at Advanced Mixology.
We are proud to offer copper mugs made from 100% high-quality and 22 gauge thick copper - free of nickel and other metals. Artisans with years of experience carefully worked on our mugs, ensuring you'll be delighted and satisfied with your purchase. As a matter of fact, we've made sure that the handles of our copper drinkware are neatly and properly welded to prevent bacteria growth unlike mugs with rivet joints. We've also lined our mugs with food grade lacquer.
Aside from the craftsmanship of our Advanced Mixology mugs, you'll be happy to know that our mugs went through our rigorous 32 point quality check. Moreover, our mugs come with lifetime warranty.
How to make Moscow Mule with ginger beer?
Excited to make your favorite Moscow Mule using our copper mug? You can follow our 3-ingredient Moscow Mule recipe or you can check out our other 15 Moscow Mule recipes.
- ½ a lime
- 2 ounces vodka
- 4 to 6 ounces ginger beer, preferably Cock’n Bull or D&G Old Jamaica brands
Directions: Squeeze lime into copper mug or Collins glass and drop in half lime. Add 2 or 3 large ice cubes, then pour in the vodka and fill with cold ginger beer. Serve with a stirring rod.
The cocktail became popular during the vodka craze in the United States during the 1950s. The name refers to the popular perception of vodka as a Russian cuisine product.