Bucardo revives classic designs for the modern world.
The Bucardo Mug, inspired by a relic salvaged from the farthest reaches of a kitchen cabinet in Ottawa, Canada, is a modern interpretation of the classic moustache cup, a staple of the Victorian era.
The moustache cup was invented in the mid-19th century by British potter Harvey Adams. The moustache guard, secured to the inner brim of the cup, protected a gentleman’s moustache from the daily onslaught of hot or frothy drinks. This innovation spread throughout the Commonwealth as the vessel of choice for tea and coffee, and eventually made its way to the United States. Men made use of these special mugs until mid-century, when the moustache inexplicably went out of style.
Multitudes of men grow moustaches in support of men's health. Luckily for first-time growers and veterans alike, the Bucardo Mug is here to protect your moustache!
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