About Copper Mules
HISTORY OF COPPER MUGS
Copper drinkware has been used for centuries. In ancient times, the people of Ireland enjoyed their drink by way of a copper goblet called an “escra”, and countless yogis of India used copper cups. American colonists drank from copper mugs, The Virginia tankard, to name one, dating from the mid-1600’s, and what was called a “flaggon” with its generous 3-cup volume. Fast forward to the 1940’s and the Moscow Mule came to town. A beverage, or shall we say a “cocktail” with a bite that insisted on its own copper mug. And what we now have, is the Copper Mule.
ABOUT COPPER MULES
CopperMules.com is a small, family business. Mom and Dad handle most of the day-to-day, but we use the business to help teach our 3 children valuable lessons about service and how to treat our wonderful customers! We are passionate about copper drinkware and we found not only a great story in the evolution of the Moscow Mule but an opportunity to bring, to the market, beautifully handcrafted Moscow Mule Copper Mugs that play a key part in the enjoyment of historically rich cocktails. We currently sell on Amazon.com(USA) but are looking to expand to Europe and Australia.
ABOUT MOSCOW MULES
There are TONS of recipes out there that play off of the Moscow Mule, and that’s a great thing. Who doesn’t like a little variety in their lives? In our ebook, we include some of the most popular recipes as well as our favorites. Give them a try.....Cheers!
The original Moscow Mule recipe was designed to bring people a cool, crisp and lively change to the whiskey and ale typically served in taverns, lounges and public houses back in the day. CopperMules.com is honored to play a pivotal part in the re-birth of this wonderful historical cocktail and is pleased to say, it’s as easy as a/b/c. Let our video, with a talented floating hand explain....
HOW TO MAKE A MOSCOW MULE
You can now be part of the few who own and enjoy a refreshing change to the social routine, when you get your own set of the finest copper Moscow Mule Mugs on the market.