Hammered copper mugs – Unless you’re hiding under a rock lately, you should be aware of the bustle on the donkey Moscow, cocktails using ginger beer and lime served in Moscow mule copper cup, so this new fad in town? Or here to stay? Based on continuous demand in the bars that I visit, I can certainly say, it is here to stay.
Creation hammered copper mugs credited a chance encounter three friends in Chatham bar in 1941. One of the three friends is John A. Morgan, president of the Cock ‘n’ Bull Hollywood products are also owned the Cock ‘n’ Bull Restaurant. The second is Kunett Rudolph, president of the Pierre Smirnoff, and the third is John G. Martin of Heublein, a spirit and food distributor.
Then, some of the recipes created to prepare hammered copper mugs. Martin and Kunett blended ginger beer, alcohol, lemon juice and ice into concoctions using mugs. The third friend named mixture of Moscow mule. Martin has even ordered a special engraved mug donkey to market a new cocktail. Copper Mug with logo donkey became inseparable from beverages and contributes to the success of the Company Smirnoff. This mug has seen an incredible resurgence in popularity over the last few years.