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42 Below Celebrates Movember

42 Below Celebrates Movember

We love a good cause here at 42 BELOW, so when Movember rolled around, we were in like Flynn. Chief vodka bloke Geoff told the lads they either had to grow a mo or wear women's clothes to work. No pressure. Anyway, today the lads are getting together with the blokes from Team New Zealand for a charity shave-off, and not before time.

We hope you've been digging deep for Movember. If you haven't there's still time - go here and splash some cash for men's health. And then reward yourself for your generosity with a 42 BELOW Movember Mule: Squeeze 3 wedges of lime into a tall glass, then throw the lot in. Chuck in a handful of mint leaves, 5ml lemon juice, 45ml 42 Below Pure Vodka and gently muddle for about 10 seconds.

Then add ice to fill the glass and top with ginger beer. Stir vigorously and serve, then pick out a couple of muddled mint leaves and apply to your upper lip to create a pretty crap makeshift moustache. Hours of fun. Love 42 BE-MO xx


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