The BEST Place to Get Customized Wholesale Copper Mugs
Copper Mug Co. offers a wide selection of high-quality, provides excellent customer service, and is the only place for
FREE custom engraving on orders of 50 or more.
RESTAURANTS • WEDDINGS • DISTILLERIES • SPECIAL EVENTS • ETC.
Copper Mug Co. offers FREE custom engraving on orders of 50 or more.
Exceeding Expectations for Wedding, Wholesale, Restaurants, Bars, and Retailers
Copper Mug Co focus our business on wholesale and bulk sales to bring beautiful copper into the event, corporate and distilling industries. Nothing is more rewarding to the Copper Mug Co. family than to see our mugs being enjoyed by other passionate mule lovers at their events, restaurants, bars, receptions, and parties.
Your satisfaction is our priority
Couples Choice Award Winner 7 Years in a Row on WeddingWire.com
Amazing service and quality
Copper Mug Co was great to work with and I highly recommend them! Lisa was wonderful and helped us create the perfect design for our customized engraved mugs.
Our copper mugs look FANTASTIC! They look and feel very high quality. We cannot wait to give them out at our wedding! You will not regret ordering from Copper Mug Co.
Amazing and worth every penny
We had ordered 150 copper mugs for my daughters wedding favors and they were absolutely stunning on her table. And all of our guest loves them and wanted to more thank one lol. This company is professional, answering any and all my questions and the turn around time was so quick. I wouldn’t hesitate using the Copper Mug, Co in the future for any event.
From start to finish absolutely amazing experience! Lisa was always so quick to respond and kept us updated on our bulk order for our wedding. The mugs turned out better than we could have imagined! We customized them as a display piece that doubled as favors. Our guests loved them! Highly recommend!!
Excellent Customer Service
The product is beautiful and just as described and the customer service was wonderful. Because of manufacturing delays, our copper mugs were going to be arriving just under the wire for our wedding. The owner of the company became personally involved and helped update shipping to our wedding location and made sure we got what we needed on time. Our guests LOVED the copper mugs and they added the special touch we were hoping for. We will be enjoying our copper mugs for years to come. Thank you so much for a wonderful, personalized experience!!
Rated 4.9/5 based on 105 reviews. Recommended by 98% of couples.
Why Buy in Bulk from Copper Mug Co.?
Free Wholesale Engraving
With every bulk order, we offer free engraving of your logo or message. Most other manufacturers charge an initial set up fee as well as a per-mug fee for engraving. Since we control the manufacturing process, we can offer this service free to our customers.
And we do actual engraving, not screen printing. Cheaper competitors offer screen printing which eventually washes off with use. Our engraving will last forever – even with the daily washes required in bar or restaurant usage.
*Due to economics, our free engraving is available with any order with 50 mugs or more. If you’re ordering less than 50 mugs, reach out to us and we’ll see what we can work out.
Feeling overwhelmed? Our team specializes in copper mug engraving and can help you in creating a design that perfectly fits your personal style or business branding. With our attention to detail and dedication to customer satisfaction, you can trust us to deliver a high-quality finished product that you’ll be proud to display or gift. Contact us today to learn more about our wholesale custom design services for copper mug engraving.
Wholesale Customizations and Linings
Do you need a lined mug to comply with local regulations? We can do that. How about a hammered mug instead of a smooth mug? Or maybe you need a particular shape or size. Want stainless steel or brass instead?
We can do all those customizations and more at wholesale prices.
Please reach out to our team for a free quote on your copper mug order. We’ll get back to you within 24 hours.
Our Customers Include:
- Bars and Pubs
- Event Planners
- Wedding Planners
- Wedding Gifts
- Retail Stores
- Corporate Promotions
- Hospitality groups
- School & Charity Events
- Custom Copper Mugs
- Custom Copper Barware
- Copper Candle Holders
…and many more.
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What to expect after submission:
You will be directed to our wholesale ordering information page. You’ll also receive an email with a link to this page for reference. If you have any questions after viewing the information page, please respond to the email to reach our customer support team.
We recommend placing orders at least 6 weeks in advance. Rush options are available for an additional charge.
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Please note: quotes expire in 60 days of original request.
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Wait – but where did the copper mug come from?
Many people who first hear the name, Moscow Mule, tend to assume the drink dates back to its Russian roots. However, its origin story isn’t that simple.
The origin story can be traced back to the 1930s Sunset Strip in sunny California. A man named John G. Martin, had purchased an unknown vodka distillery, called Smirnoff (sound familiar?). He was having an incredibly difficult time selling his vodka, resulting in a surplus of product. After all, Americans were more interested in whiskey and beer during this time.
Martin had complained to his friend, Jack Morgan, who happened to be the owner of a bar in Hollywood, called the “Cock ‘n’ Bull.” Turns out, Morgan faced the same problems in trying to sell his ginger beer.
Sophie Berezinski, a russian immigrant arrived in America with 2,000 copper mugs – a surplus from her father’s copper factory in Russia. She walked into the Cock ‘n’ Bull bar in Los Angeles with the intention of selling her supplies. After meeting Morgan and Martin, the three discussed ways to merge their products and tackle their surplus woes.
The rest, they say, is history.