"This means that copper mugs that have a copper interior may not be used with this beverage".
The Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division says the copper from the mugs can be leached into food. Health officials have warned that drinking trendy cocktails such as the Moscow Mule served in copper mugs may also lead to food poisoning. But perhaps the most crucial component of the drink is the copper mug in which it's nearly always served, beverage aficionados say.
The Moscow mule - that Instagram-ready cocktail that has surged in popularity in recent years - has only a few ingredients: vodka, ginger beer, lime and ice.
Officials say copper should not come into contact with acidic foods with a pH below 6, and that includes vinegar, fruit juice, wine, and the traditional Moscow Mule.Читайте также: Chinese Man Detained For Carrying Two Human Arms In His Bag
Though most restaurateurs know not to use copper when preparing food, being barred from using it for drinks is a newer discovery.
Regardless of whether you're a weekly frequenter (or drunken bro-fighter) at Center City Sips, summer imbibers should take note: One of the most summery drinks of all time, the Moscow Mule, could be potentially very harmful - even poisonous - to your immune system.
"The objective of this bulletin is to advise licensees and permittees selling and serving alcoholic beverages in copper mugs of the applicable federal guidance and state regulations regarding the use of copper and copper alloys in contact with food and beverages", the statement reads. The statement said that those with inner linings that use a different metal such as stainless steel or nickel are safe to drink from. In instances of acute copper poisoning, someone who has consumed copper might experience nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, and liver failure.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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