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Re-tracing the history of the Moscow Mule

Re-tracing the history of the Moscow Mule

E-BON E-BON 2017-04-26 17:28:08

  stainless steel mule mugs copper mule mugs Arguably, the clearest reason to use copper mugs for Moscow Mules is the presentation. A martini just doesn’t seem right unless it’s served in the classic, stemmed glass vortex, with the spirits swirling around a sunken olive. The same is true for any well made drink.

    Re-tracing the history of the Hammered Moscow Mule Copper Mugs, this ginger beer and vodka combination started at a bars in Manhattan and Hollywood in 1941. In order to give the drink a distinctive look, the originators ordered specially made copper Moscow Mule mugs, and took pictures of patrons drinking them with Polaroid cameras, a cutting edge invention of the day. The photographs began to circulate, and popularity of drinking a zesty Moscow Mule from a sleek, shiny copper mug found its place in American cocktail culture. Hugely popular in the mid 20th century, recent trends have solidified the timeless nature of this mixed drink.