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Legend has it that the classic cocktail was born at the Cock ’n’ Bull Pub in Hollywood in the late 1940s. A frustrated vodka exec (people hated the taste) and pub owner (desperate to sell his spicy ginger beer) combined their failed ingredients, added lime, poured it in an unusual mug, and deemed it The Moscow Mule. With that, the American vodka craze began. Modeled after Old Dutch's original Moscow Mule Mug from 1950, this set of four shot glasses consists of copper-plated stainless steel, which keeps spirits ice cold and packs a ton of old-fashioned charm.
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Set of 4. Each mug holds 2 oz. Lacquer coating reduces oxidation.
Wash with warm soapy water. Hand dry.
Solid Copper, Nickel Lining, Brass Handles
H 2.25” W 2” D 1.75”
An importer of made-to-last kitchen accents, Old Dutch rose to success with its original Moscow Mug in the 1950s. The New Jersey-based company has since expanded its collection into charming cooking tools and organizers, united by their timeless, antique-inspired appearance and skillful construction. It is best known for its lustrous copper serveware.