Old Dutch 16 Oz. Copper Moscow Mule Mugs
Rumor has it that in 1941, a Los Angeles bartender created the Moscow Mule to clear out his bar’s store of vodka, which wasn’t a popular liquor in America at the time. The now-classic cocktail—a blend of vodka, ginger beer, and lime shaken by a Russian mule—was traditionally served in a large tankard just like these old-fashioned mugs. Crafted from solid copper, each one bears a nickel lining and solid brass accents for a vintage-inspired look. These mugs are also built to last: the resilient lacquer coating resists tarnishing so the finish can gleam for years.
- Solid copper construction
- Hammered or smooth finish
- Nickel lining
- Solid brass accents
- Tarnish-resistant lacquer coating
- 16 oz. capacity