HOT RUM COW 1: "THE GIN ISSUE"

READ THIS IF YOU BRING YOUR OWN TONIC AND BITTERS TO THE BAR, LOVE YOU SOME WELL-WORN VESTS AND SUSPENDERS, AND PREFER THE SPELLING OF "FAVOURITE COLOUR" OVER "FAVORITE COLOR."

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It's rare that spirits find their own underground libation-centric publication, which is why we were so hyped when we stumbled upon this little number from our drinking enthusiasts across the Atlantic. With enough lengthy features, witty profiles, recipes and product info to make a mixologist blush, this stately UK-produced magazine (orderable through their website, hotrumcow.co.uk) is as approachable as it is niche. You'll be the only one on the beach with this one, we promise. You trendsetter, you.

BEST PAIRED WITH JUST GO MAKE YOURSELF A SEXY-ASS COCKTAIL ALREADY. TO THE SHAKER!

BY FRASER ALLEN, LIZ LONGDEN, & ERIC CAMPBELL | WHITE LIGHT MEDIA, £5.00

Cassandra Landry can be reached at  clandry@phx.com.

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