These copper shot glasses are a Moscow tradition for drinking on special occasions. These copper shot glasses and the drink served in them was originally called the 'Moscow Mule' it has been a favorite mixed drink since its creation in 1947. One of the traditional requirements for serving this shot is that it has to be in a frosted copper mug.
With this set of four copper shot glasses, you have one of these traditional shots of liquor and toast to the mule. Each glass in this set has been handcrafted from high quality copper with a nickel lining and each piece is truly a one-of-a-kind. These copper shot glasses hold two ounces each and are a unique and intriguing way to serve shots to your guests. The set Includes a recipe for the famous Moscow mule drink.
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These Shooters Were Inspired by a Moscow Tradition for Drinking
- By: Ryan FowlerMay 29, 2013