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You Should Try Drinking From a Copper Tumbler

While the practice of sipping a cold drink from a copper vessel isn't a new thing, Makr just made it look damn good with their Tall Tumbler. This hand-turned, food grade copper tumbler is proudly made in the U.S.A. and comes in three different sizes that each beg for the welcome addition of a fine spirit and, of course, a little bit of ice. 

Interestingly enough, liquid stored in copper vessels gain an essential micronutrient that has been proven to stimulate the brain, promote bone strength, and aid in digestion. At least, that's what the indisputable Internet reports. 

They come in three sizes: short (2.75 by 3.25 inches), tall (3 x 3.75 inches) and tapered (3.75 x 3.15 inches) — which gives you the freedom to use one for a drink and the other two as you please. Because who eats buttered popcorn from a copper cup? Classy people, that's who. 

Whether you want a Moscow Mule or just an icy non-alcoholic drink to escape the summer heat — pending summer actually happens this year — the Tall Tumbler is the way to go. 


Jeremy Glass' favorite mixed drink used to be milk, chocolate syrup, and vodka. It was called the Cow Tipper and everyone hated it.