icenhauer’s makes a drink for Movember

I’ve been a strong supporter of the Livestrong Foundation and have raised more than $15,000 over the past few year’s to help people fight cancer. So when I saw that icenhauer’s has created a drink called The Hair Raiser  and will donate $1 from every one sold in Movember  to the  The Livestrong Foundation, I got pretty excited. Here is an easy way to support an important cause, doing something I love.

Movember is a fantastic movement that encourages men to grow a furry caterpillar on their upper lip to raise awareness for prostate cancer. If you weren’t aware that this is going on, its the reason you see otherwise clean shaven dudes trying to sprout “porn stars,” “handlebars,” and  the occasional “fu man shu.”

I did it a couple years ago and just can’t bare the disgusted looks I get when people see how ugly I look in a mustache. I’m glad I can lazily support Movember by drinking The Hair Raiser. icenhauers says the spicy, simple and fresh drink is sure grow some hair on your face.

The Hair Raiser

  • 1.5 ounce of Belvedere Bloody Mary Vodka
  • Cucumber slice
  • Jalapeño slice
  • Muddle both the cucumber and the jalapeño
  • Add simple syrup and fresh lime juice
  • Shake and strain over ice

What are you drinking? 

 

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Matt McGinnis

As a marketing strategist for Pen & Tell Us, Matt McGinnis provides marketing, branding and communications counsel to food and beverage as well as other clients globally. He is also an avid beverage enthusiast, chronicling his interests as a Food & Drink contributing writer for CultureMap, as the Food & Drink columnist for Austin Man Magazine, and as a blogger for What Are You Drinking?. He is passionate about the wine industry having previously worked at a winery in Oregon and in wine sales. He has served as Guest Host of Sommelier Cinema at the Alamo Drafthouse, and is a Certified Sommelier in the Court of Master Sommeliers. His writing has been recognized as a Top 10 Food Blog by the Austin Chronicle in 2013 and 2014, with a 2011 Texas Social Media Award from the Austin American-Statesman.

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