Moscow Mule Copper Mug
Sold individually, or as a set of four.
- Copper exterior; food-safe nickel interior
- Try the classic Moscow Mule cocktail, an essential for this mug: Click for recipe »
- Material: Copper; nickel
- Dimensions: 3" x 4"
- Capacity: 16 oz.
- Made in India
Care & Usage Show
- Hand wash only. Dry immediately with a soft cloth. Over time, the copper surface will develop a natural patina. If you prefer your mugs to look shiny and new, use a copper polish. Do not clean with steel wool
- Not for use in microwave or dishwasher
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However, the nickel lining, or perhaps better stated nickel WASH, is washing off when hand washed. After just a few uses the interior started to tarnish and left a bad taste in my drink, and only intensified with additional use.
The might make cute sand scoops for the grandkids sandbox! Or maybe, I could plant something in them. Save your money
Also, they're coated mugs and not actual copper. This should be obvious at this price point, but worth mentioning if you weren't aware. I have since bought two real solid copper mugs and the extra price was well worth it and makes these mugs look like kids play toys (except, I'm not sure if I'd let my kids play with mugs that have a finish that flakes off...)
7 months ago
3 months ago
Questions & Answers
We noticed that the nickel lining has worn off considerably in our mugs, is this from the lime juice in the drinks? Researching online found several items stating that the nickel is supposed to wear off, what's the answer
They are just such fun to use. Going to buy more for up coming holiday party.
the copper is showing through. Do I have anything to worry about?
I have not had that problem. I wash them gently in hot soapy water and dy them. In my opinion, I wouldn't continue using them.