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ZUCCOR ZMMB4 Stainless Steel Moscow Mule Mug with Black Nickle P

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Product description

Part of a cocktail craze that began in the United States circa the 1940s, the Moscow Mule is a Russian inspired vodka and ginger beer drink traditionally served in a cool mug. These handsome Moscow Mule mugs carry on that trend and complements the traditional cocktail perfectly. The black stainless steel design helps to keep your drinks colder for longer, while the contoured handle makes these mugs easy to hold. Although this mug was originally designed for the Moscow Mule, it's perfect for enjoying any cold beverage from water and iced tea to cocktails and beer. The tarnish resistant finish of these mugs do not contain lead, or any other toxic substances so it's safe for all of your favorite beverages. Each measures 4.125" by 5.25" by 3.5". *Care Instructions: These products are not suitable for the dishwasher. Hand wash and towel dry only.

ZUCCOR ZMMB4 Stainless Steel Moscow Mule Mug with Black Nickle P

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