If you are a fan of having your drink in a big, nice copper mug, you might want to rethink that. If you like cocktails, and enjoy the classic beverage Moscow Mule, you might be upset to hear this news.
The pH of a traditional Moscow Mule - which is made with vodka, ginger beer and lime juice - is well below 6.0, according to the bulletin. To make it look good, bartenders often add a lime slice above and, to make the drink as fashionable as possible, they serve it in copper mugs.
Using the mug for alcoholic beverages with a pH balance of below 6 could result in food poisoning or copper poisoning, health officials said. Therefore, consuming it in a copper mug can be really unsafe.
According to the report, symptoms of copper poisoning include vomiting, stomach pains, confusion, drowsiness and fainting fits.
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