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Take Time to MULE-It-Over
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Take Time to MULE-It-Over
Take Time to MULE-It-Over
Take Time to MULE-It-Over
Take Time to MULE-It-Over

What is Included in the Gift?

  • Two Copper Moscow Mule Mugs
    • 16 oz Each
    • Smooth Copper Finish
  • Copper Plated Three-Peice Cocktail Shaker
    • Holds 16 oz
    • Includes a Base, Strainer and Lid
  • Copper Plated Jigger
    • Japanese Style
    • 1 or 2 oz
  • Two Ginger Beer 
    • 12 oz Each
  • Personalized Greeting Card With Your Message to Gift Recipient
  • Charitable Donation to One of Our Partner Charities (Instructions Included for Gift Recipient to Select Charity)

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New for 2020

Moscow Mule Gift Box

There will always be those friends that order the most unique and complicated drinks at the bar such as the Rum Blazer, Coquetier, Sourtoe Cocktail or Gunpowder Plot. Not you however, no you are a connoisseur of the classics. Your drink of choice? The Moscow Mule of course. So while your buddies are waiting an eternity for the bartender to google how to make their drinks, why don't you entice them with some facts about your simple yet classic cocktail. 

-Did you know that Moscow Mules aren't actually from Moscow? While many may believe this iconic drink was invented in Mother Russia, it was actually invented in 1941 in a Hollywood Bar. 


-The copper mugs often associated with the moscow mule were actually an accident. Yeah that's right. A young russian immigrant came to California with 2,000 of her father's handmade mugs and sold them to none-other than the bar in Hollywood that invented the Moscow Mule.


-The main ingredients to make a Moscow Mule (ginger beer and vodka) were only mixed together because the bartender who invented this classic drink was cleaning out the basement and wanted to get rid of the ingredients.