Saturday, April 11, 2015
PureCopper Brand 100% Copper Mug for Moscow Mule Review
This is my first experience with a copper mug and it is a hundred percent positive. I am so thrilled with it. This is the only mug I own right now that keeps my drinks so refreshingly cool effortlessly. It's very pleasing to the eye as well and looks very well made. The mug is smooth all around and the handle looks welded in perfectly. I think I'm so into this mug because it kind of reminds me of a medieval type of mug. I've already enjoyed a few drinks in it and it's my favorite drink mug now. I also think it's comfortable to hold. Another neat thing is it comes with a few recipe cards for different types of drinks you can make for your mug. It's the ultimate mug and I think this would be neat to have in sets of four for entertaining. #purecopper
You can buy your own copper mug for Moscow Mule here on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/100%25-Copper-Mug-Moscow-Mule/dp/B00UMNP64A/ref=sr_1_1?s=home-garden&ie=UTF8&qid=1428448262&sr=1-1&keywords=copper+mug
The most scientific benefit of using copper moscow mule mugs is temperature. For centuries, the best drinkers have known that chilled drinks in copper cups offer an extra-cool sensation, due to the metal quickly taking on the icy temperature of the cocktail. The rim of the mug becomes chilly almost instantly, offering a frozen sensation on your lips. The cold metal is highly effective at insulating the cold temperature of any liquid, especially good for summertime drinking, and deflecting heat from the sun. The handle of the mug helps maintain drink temperature, as well, keeping the near 100 degree body heat of your hand away from the walls of the mug, and your Moscow Mule safely chilled inside.
Copper mugs are hands down the best choice for mixing up the best Moscow Mule recipe. In fact, many other cocktails would benefit from this sleek and stunning vessel. No matter which reason is most important to you, whether it be temperature, taste, or experience, you will no doubt enjoy the great tradition of sipping an ice cold Moscow Mules from a beautiful copper mug.