Irish Coffee Mug Tall Hand Blown Borosilicate Clear Glass Insulated Double Wall ZERO LEAD 4-piece Set (9.2 Ounces DOUBLE WALL)

$29.95

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  • GREAT 9.2 OZ SIZE FOR IRISH MUG: Serve your favorite hot drinks Like coffee, latte, cappuccino, hot chocolate , tea and more.
  • Light weight easy to handle.
  • Keep you hot drinks longer nd your hands cooler with this borosilicate double walled, hand blown glass insulation.
  • Dimension: 5.9″ high, Approx 4.5″ wide with handle, Top round 3.25″, Bottom round 2.75″
  • Dishwasher microwave safe.

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Pack of 6 cups of original large tall shape Irish footed mug

Made of high quality LEAD FREE glass

Great for coffee, tea, cappuccino, or any hot drink

Capacity 8.5 ounces. Dimensions: 5.75″ high top round 3″ bottom round 2.8″

Featuring a wide base

Dishwasher and Microwave Saf

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Why choose Chefcaptain Irish Mugs?

Chefcaptain uses highest quality clear see throgh glass which is LEAD and BPA free The beautiful tall design of this Irish mug will surely enhance your coffee drinking experience and add décor to your home or office. This Irish mug has a tall conical bowl, small ‘C’ shaped handle and wide, flat foot.

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What’s the best uses for Irish mugs?

This Irish cocktail mug is perfect for Irish coffee, lattes, hot chocolate, matcha, golden milk, hot toddies, mulled wine, cider, and other warm beverages.

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Wide base

This glass has a 2.8″ base to keep the glass stable.

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The history of Irish coffee mug

In 1942 (or perhaps 1943), a small band of unfortunate travelers huddled together on a seaplane dock by the River Shannon in Foynes, Ireland. They’d been flying for 10 hours in bad weather in an abortive attempt to reach Canada. Joe Sheridan, the terminal’s barman, observed their condition and took action. Whiskey. Sugar. Hot coffee. Cream. And just like that, the winds calmed their furious blowing, and the sun beamed down on the steaming chalice. Thus was born Irish Coffee, a mighty tonic for all who travel the ways of the earth and even those who sit all day in the dark corners of taverns. Here’s how to make this warm, generous drink to bring comfort in the middle of a winter afternoon.

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How to make a traditional Irish coffee drink?

  1. Pour the whiskey and 1 teaspoon maple syrup into a heat-safe mug. Pour in a splash of the coffee and stir with a spoon until the maple syrup dissolves into the coffee.
  2. Pour in the rest of the coffee. Taste, and stir in additional maple syrup if you would like a sweeter drink.
  3. Top with whipped cream.

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