Is it safe to drink tea/coffee in a copper cup?

Is it safe to drink tea/coffee in a copper cup?

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  1. Yes. Today, the acceptable drinking copper mugs are those lined with stainless steel material, nickel, or tin . Coffee has some acidic properties that can dissolve some copper ions and make your coffee taste like metal. It also boils down to how much coffee you drink every day.

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  2. Hot drinks might burn your lips if you’re not careful, as a metal mug is going to get hot or cold with what’s in it. As for copper poisoning, the drink would have to sit in the copper mug for a long time to actually leach harmful levels of copper. The hype about the Iowa report was overdone. Plus most copper mugs are lined, so the inside isn’t even copper.

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  3. A recent warning from the Iowa Alcoholic Beverages Division prohibits copper from coming into direct contact with foods or drinks that have a pH level below 6.0 — and Moscow mules do, kind of.
    According to the warning, a Moscow mule can purportedly corrode the copper interior, causing it to be leached into the food, and when someone ingests the mixture of the metal with the beverage, it may cause some nasty symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, and stomach cramps.
    So, Do You Actually Have To Worry About Drinking From Your Copper Moscow Mule Mug?

    Is it safe to drink tea/coffee in a copper cup?

    So black coffee may not be suitable for drinking in a copper mug with a ph value of 5.
    Tea or coffee us best enjoyed in a ceramic cup.

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