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Getting special glasses just to make a single kind of mixed drink seems a little ridiculous. This is how you end up with a bunch of kitchen clutter. Additionally, there have been problems with some of these cheaply made mugs leaching heavy metals into the beverages. I'd just skip this entirely.
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I'm sorry, what do you mean by research? I'd love to see a peer reviewed medical research/study that supports these claims. Not interested in research proclaimed by some "internet" health adviser (not directed at you, I am referring to all the websites of so called "experts")... That's not research nor vetted information.

(Edit) wow, this seems to have not met with the community approval. Not sure why, critical thinking is in invaluable skill and I think shouldn't be taken as a negative. However, I will work on my wording as my point may have been lost on the phrasing and the way I came across (/edit)
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Skip, you need the mugs with nickel lining inside so they do not react and rust.
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Thanks, OP! I ordered two sets of the copper mugs and got an additional $5.60 off, so my total with tax for four mugs and two shot glasses was $28.90!
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Getting special glasses just to make a single kind of mixed drink seems a little ridiculous. This is how you end up with a bunch of kitchen clutter. Additionally, there have been problems with some of these cheaply made mugs leaching heavy metals into the beverages. I'd just skip this entirely.
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Skip, you need the mugs with nickel lining inside so they do not react and rust.
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My total seems different than what JohanM1228 posted whose total is coming to 28.90$ vs mine 34.12$.. The break up is as follows:

Order Summary
Items (2):$59.98
Shipping & handling:$0.00
Promotion applied:-$27.98
Total before tax:$32.00
Estimated tax to be collected:$2.12
Total:$34.12

What am I doing wrong?
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I'm interested in these mugs solely to store water in them at night and drink it first thing in the morning. Water stored like this is very beneficial as per ancient ayurvedic wisdom in Indian culture. Yes, a lot of things like these seem old wives' tales and superstitions, but this one I believe. So please don't bash until you have done some research on your own.

I'm sorry, what do you mean by research? I'd love to see a peer reviewed medical research/study that supports these claims. Not interested in research proclaimed by some "internet" health adviser (not directed at you, I am referring to all the websites of so called "experts")... That's not research nor vetted information.

(Edit) wow, this seems to have not met with the community approval. Not sure why, critical thinking is in invaluable skill and I think shouldn't be taken as a negative. However, I will work on my wording as my point may have been lost on the phrasing and the way I came across (/edit)
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Skip, you need the mugs with nickel lining inside so they do not react and rust.
The amount of copper you'd ingest is small unless you let your drink sit in this cup for days.

I bought a set last time, the cup is extremely light but otherwise ok.
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I'm sorry, what do you mean by research? I'd love to see a peer reviewed medical research/study that supports these claims. Not interested in "internet" researching by an "internet" health advisor... That's not research but vetted information.
I neither advised anybody to do the same nor did I profess miracles. This is what has been passed down for hundreds of generations, and I believe it. Not everything in the ancient wisdom is a peer reviewed study published in a science journal, although I wish it was. You can have your alcoholic drinks in them and enjoy. Water is our drink of choice.
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My total seems different than what JohanM1228 posted whose total is coming to 28.90$ vs mine 34.12$.. The break up is as follows:

Order Summary
Items (2):$59.98
Shipping & handling:$0.00
Promotion applied:-$27.98
Total before tax:$32.00
Estimated tax to be collected:$2.12
Total:$34.12

What am I doing wrong?
Hmm, not sure. I thought I got the extra coupon applied for the set of four mugs, but now I'm not sure anymore...I guess it's possible Amazon just applied another promo accidentally? Wouldn't be the first time.
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I neither advised anybody to do the same nor did I profess miracles. This is what has been passed down for hundreds of generations, and I believe it. Not everything in the ancient wisdom is a peer reviewed study published in a science journal, although I wish it was. You can have your alcoholic drinks in them and enjoy. Water is our drink of choice.
I understand, I was partly genuinely curious if there was anything out there I may have missed (as you stated do your research first).
And yes, not everything has been tested, but there has been research done to debunk copper health benefits, particularly related to using copper bands and braces. Same as magnets. But I've not read much about drinking from copper having benefits. That said, there are a lot of medical students, and I would imagine one would love to put credence to one of these old ideas, much money could be made if it could be qualified and pass FDA approval showing measurable benefits. And as there is nothing I can find, that's why I remain skeptical.
Sometimes my intention gets lost in my writing style (I'm an old soldier, we can sounds harsh).
As for alcohol, besides a local micro brew from time to time, just doesn't really interest me.
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Hmm, not sure. I thought I got the extra coupon applied for the set of four mugs, but now I'm not sure anymore...I guess it's possible Amazon just applied another promo accidentally? Wouldn't be the first time.
Your total price (55.98 vs my 59.98) to begin with is 4$ lesser than mine I don't know why. And then couple of bucks extra discounts. It is funny how these things work at times.
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I understand, I was partly genuinely curious if there was anything out there I may have missed (as you stated do your research first).
And yes, not everything has been tested, but there has been research done to debunk copper health benefits, particularly related to using copper bands and braces. Same as magnets. But I've not read much about drinking from copper having benefits. That said, there are a lot of medical students, and I would imagine one would love to put credence to one of these old ideas, much money could be made if it could be qualified and pass FDA approval showing measurable benefits. And as there is nothing I can find, that's why I remain skeptical.
Sometimes my intention gets lost in my writing style (I'm an old soldier, we can sounds harsh).
As for alcohol, besides a local micro brew from time to time, just doesn't really interest me.
Peace Smilie

From what I have learnt from my great grand mother, grand mother, and my mother, the water stored in a copper vessel overnight (8 hours or so) helps in charging the ions in the water, destroys many bacteria, and the charged water helps strengthen health, etc. Before water purifiers came in vogue or before stainless steel replaced harder to clean metals for storage of drinking water in Indian homes, most of the large round pots were made of copper, except in summers when earthen pots were used to naturally cool down water. We still have one large copper round pot with narrow mouth passed down for generations that is prized in the family. I honestly don't have objective proof for this, but I believe in it. And I am usually the skeptic in a crowd. What can I say - maybe familiarity and lifelong conditioning breeds faith Smilie
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From what I have learnt from my great grand mother, grand mother, and my mother, the water stored in a copper vessel overnight (8 hours or so) helps in charging the ions in the water, destroys many bacteria, and the charged water helps strengthen health, etc. Before water purifiers came in vogue or before stainless steel replaced harder to clean metals for storage of drinking water in Indian homes, most of the large round pots were made of copper, except in summers when earthen pots were used to naturally cool down water. We still have one large copper round pot with narrow mouth passed down for generations that is prized in the family. I honestly don't have objective proof for this, but I believe in it. And I am usually the skeptic in a crowd. What can I say - maybe familiarity and lifelong conditioning breeds faith https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif
I respect that, truly, and thank you for sharing your story Smilie
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