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Copper Moscow Mules have been around since the 1940s, but they’ve become a popular drink to sip this year. This article will discuss the history of how the copper mug became a staple in Moscow Mule cocktails and why it’s worth investing in one for your home bar. * Copper Moscow Mule History * How to Make a Copper Mug that Lasts Longer, Looks Better and Doesn’t Tarnish Easily Copper has been used in cooking for centuries. It was first discovered by humans around 900 years ago when they made the connection between metal objects found near copper ore deposits with their ability to act as an oxidizer – removing impurities from water. The use of copper cookware slowly spread through Asia, Europe and Africa before arriving in North America where it became a staple among Native American tribes who valued its antibacterial properties. In more recent history, the Chinese have become known for creating beautiful designs on dishes using cloisonné enamel-work which often contains copper oxide mixed


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