''Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free ... ''
... and your thirst!
We know those famous words written by Emma Lazarus in 1883 don't mention thirst. They have to do with immigration and the Statue of Liberty, but of course so does this handsome mug. Its black exterior features an illustration that symbolizes immigration—blue waves riding underneath the name of the statue—and its blue interior is reminiscent of the ocean. Together, they give a respectful nod to the long journeys of immigrants across the sea and the welcome of Lady Liberty when they sailed into New York Harbor. Make a toast to those ''huddled masses'' of yesteryear!
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