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Center Gifts Moscow Mule Copper Mugs 16 Oz, Personalized Valenti


Personalized Valentine's Day Core 16 oz Moscow Mule Cup with Smooth Copper Finish

Looking for an item to enhance the quaint, rustic charms of your bar, pub, or restaurant? This versatile mug is it. It boasts a solid copper-plated exterior with a smooth finish. The copper finish maintains a cool temperature to provide ice-cold beverage service. Plus, the interior is lined with nickel making the cup food safe.

Use this Moscow Mule Cup to effortlessly serve drinks at your bar, restaurant, or catered event!

The sturdy brass handle ensures effortless serving and provides a comfortable grip as your patrons enjoy a refreshing signature cocktail at your bar or pub. The Core 16 oz. Moscow Mule Cup with Smooth Copper Finish has a raised, rolled rim that enables easy sipping and allows for essential drink garnishes such as lemons and limes to be neatly added to each mug.

Product Description

  • Dimensions: Height; 3 1/2 Inches, Bottom Diameter; 2 1/4 Inches, Top Diameter; 3 Inches, Top Diameter (With Handle); 4 1/2 Inches
  • Capacity: 16 oz.
  • Color: Copper
  • Material: Copper-Plated Nickel
  • Can Be Personalized

Center Gifts Moscow Mule Copper Mugs 16 Oz, Personalized Valenti


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