The Texas adaptations of the traditional Moscow Mule are the Mexican Mule and Texas Mule, and like their Yankee counterpart, these refreshing cocktails should only be served in a proper copper mug.
Introducing the beautiful hand-hammered Copper Mexican Mule Mug: essential barware for making your favorite Mule drinks at home.
Made from 100% heavy gauge pure copper, the Copper Mexican Mule Mug is as durable as it is pleasing to the eye.
Two versions are available, both sold either individually or in sets of 4: a 12 oz. mug, with an all copper handle; and a 20 oz. mug, with a stainless steel handle tig, welded to the body.
The mugs are made for you by Sertodo Copper, an international cooperative of master copper artisans in Texas and Mexico, combining over 1000 years of copper making tradition. You won’t find a copper mug with a greater heritage of authentic craftsmanship than that of the Copper Mexican Mule Mug. And, we doubt you’ll find one as beautiful. Because of these characteristics, the Copper Mexican Mule Mug is especially appreciated when received as a gift. It can be used and cherished for generations.
Like all copper products, the finish on the Copper Mexican Mule Mug can change depending on how you care for it. You can allow it to develop a rich patina, or polish it to keep a brand new shine. Make sure you read the Use and Care tab for special instructions.
Ships to you from Austin, Texas.
Designed and finished in Austin, Texas; hand-hammered in the Michoacan Region, Mexico
12 oz. or 20 oz.
12 oz.: 100% Pure copper with copper handle, made from recycled sources
20 oz.:100% Pure copper (body) made from recycled sources; stainless steel handle
Like a penny, the finish on your Copper Mexican Mule Mug can change over time. If you prefer to maintain its hammered shine, polish with a high quality product like Wright’s Copper Cream.
Hand wash only. Never clean your mug with anything abrasive. Instead, use a soft sponge together with hot soapy water.
The shine will last longer if you completely dry your mug after washing; even a little moisture can begin to change the color.