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Last Edited by annie930ny August 23, 2016 at 07:35 PM
Accmor Direct [amazon.com]: Liquor Moscow Mule Mug

Buy one get one free deal -- Add 2 sets of 2 mugs to receive the $19 price at check out, no code needed. This amounts to $4.75 a mug.
Original value $38.
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Been waiting for a deal mugs. Repped OP
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If you add more than 2, it's half off on each set.
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note, stainless steel lined

at this price, i'd say it's still a good deal
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note, stainless steel lined

at this price, i'd say it's still a good deal
What type of lined should I look for?
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What type of lined should I look for?
no lining, pure copper... but those are really expensive

here's a (potentially biased) summary i stole from the intraweb:

Nickel - most commonly known as a metal used for making coins. But it's also an important alloy metal and has a long history of use in household items like faucets and steel alloy cookware. It has been used as a lining material in Mule mugs for some time to prevent copper from being released into drinks and is also a good conductor of temperature which means you'll lose little of the sweaty ambiance of the copper mug with a nickel lining. But nickel itself is a known allergen, which means if the copper doesn't get you, then the nickel might, so many makers of lined copper mugs will avoid using it.

Stainless Steel - A copper mug lined with stainless steel looks fabulous. The main issue with using stainless steel to line a copper mug however, is that it is a poor conductor of temperature. It is the worst in fact of all metals commonly used today. While this metal will protect the copper mug from the ice used in a Mule, it will also prevent the cold from penetrating to the outside of the mug and creating that much sought after icy-cold effect and condensation droplets. Image is an important part of the Mule's draw and so to take the cold, dripping copper mug out of the equation is a downer for some people.

Tin - Like copper, tin is a fine conductor of temperature. Meaning a mug lined with tin will sweat like a pure copper mug and have that nice frosty feel most Mule drinkers crave. Tin is also non-toxic and doesn't leach, meaning it's safe to drink from a mug lined with tin. So with this option you get the aesthetic appeal of pure copper without the potential danger of leaching metals.
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Quote from ChargerSRT8 View Post :
What type of lined should I look for?
For a really good Moscow Mule mug there should not be any lining. It should be all copper but they are usually more expensive.
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Quote from geocacher99 View Post :
no lining, pure copper... but those are really expensive

here's a (potentially biased) summary i stole from the intraweb:

Nickel - most commonly known as a metal used for making coins. But it's also an important alloy metal and has a long history of use in household items like faucets and steel alloy cookware. It has been used as a lining material in Mule mugs for some time to prevent copper from being released into drinks and is also a good conductor of temperature which means you'll lose little of the sweaty ambiance of the copper mug with a nickel lining. But nickel itself is a known allergen, which means if the copper doesn't get you, then the nickel might, so many makers of lined copper mugs will avoid using it.

Stainless Steel - A copper mug lined with stainless steel looks fabulous. The main issue with using stainless steel to line a copper mug however, is that it is a poor conductor of temperature. It is the worst in fact of all metals commonly used today. While this metal will protect the copper mug from the ice used in a Mule, it will also prevent the cold from penetrating to the outside of the mug and creating that much sought after icy-cold effect and condensation droplets. Image is an important part of the Mule's draw and so to take the cold, dripping copper mug out of the equation is a downer for some people.

Tin - Like copper, tin is a fine conductor of temperature. Meaning a mug lined with tin will sweat like a pure copper mug and have that nice frosty feel most Mule drinkers crave. Tin is also non-toxic and doesn't leach, meaning it's safe to drink from a mug lined with tin. So with this option you get the aesthetic appeal of pure copper without the potential danger of leaching metals.
So from the sounds of it. Get some with tin since it's safe? I rather have a mug where I don't have to worry about chemicals in my drink.
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So from the sounds of it. Get some with tin since it's safe? I rather have a mug where I don't have to worry about chemicals in my drink.
these are just for show, I'm sure they're safe
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WTH? When I tried to add more than one, it says I can't order more than !? OP, either change the title to Set of 2 for $19, or move it to Deal Talk. The set of 4 deal is clearly not there to be had.
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Last edited by Ashvins August 23, 2016 at 08:44 PM
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"One complaint from many people who own these types of mugs is that it can be hard to keep them clean. They don’t just go in the dishwasher like everything else. Most solid copper mugs are lined with nickel to make sure they are safe for drinking. This is because copper is a heavy metal which can and will leech into your beverages and can build up into your system in a harmful way.

The nickel lining is a simple and effective way to improve the durability of the copper cup while also protecting you from the unhealthy effects of drinking from copper mugs."
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"One complaint from many people who own these types of mugs is that it can be hard to keep them clean. They don't just go in the dishwasher like everything else. Most solid copper mugs are lined with nickel to make sure they are safe for drinking. This is because copper is a heavy metal which can and will leech into your beverages and can build up into your system in a harmful way.

The nickel lining is a simple and effective way to improve the durability of the copper cup while also protecting you from the unhealthy effects of drinking from copper mugs."
real moscow mule mugs (all copper) are meant for making moscow mules, and maybe some other alcoholic cocktails

you're not going to be using these everyday, unless you're a drunk and in that case you would be drinking straight from the bottle
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