Evolution is innovation. From drinks to techniques and products, we believe in the power of change. Likewise, our cocktail mugs evolve with each new release, making each iteration entirely distinctive.
Whether you’re growing your mug collection or buying your first piece, the limited-edition Viking Ship Mug, designed by the esteemed artist Tom “Thor” Thordarson, is a one-of-a-kind piece of functional art that will become a unique addition to your home bar. Inspired by the Nordic ships of the Viking Age, this mug holds an impressive 36 ounces of cocktail, making it a vessel worthy of shared imbibing for you and your clan. Skål!
- Very limited edition
- Holds approximately 36 ounces of cocktail
- Material: Glazed ceramic
- Care: Hand wash only
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At our establishments, we’ll never make you finish (or pay for!) a drink that doesn’t meet your expectations. Likewise, we guarantee your satisfaction with our retail products. If you aren’t completely happy with one of our products, you may return it within 30 days of purchase for an exchange or complete refund.
Behind many of your favorite Death & Co cocktail classics is D&C National Beverage Director, Tyson Buhler. Tyson started as a bartender at our East Village outpost and spent two years as Head Bartender before becoming Beverage Director, overseeing menu development and trainings at all of our properties. When he's not opening bars or working on new menus, Tyson enjoys biking and spending time with his wife, Shel, and their new puppy, Ferris.
Tiffany Nahm has been with D&C East Village for nearly 4 years. She enjoys moving her body, eating good food, and creating comfortable, cozy environments with friends and family. For her Death & Co Market favorites, Tiffany selected three essentials for a relaxing weekend. Shop her picks by clicking learn more.
Kevin has been an integral member of the Gin & Luck team since 2016, first joining us at The Normandie Club and The Walker Inn organizing prep operations and eventually becoming a barback, then bartender. Kevin was part of the opening bartending staff at Death & Co Los Angeles in 2019, and we're incredibly lucky to have him as our new Head Bartender. You'll often find Kevin using umeshu in his cocktails, trying new restaurants on his days off, and avoiding both ketchup and yellow mustard at any cost.