Originally created in 1930’s Paris in an American themed bar to be exact, the Bloody Mary was equal parts tomato juice and vodka. Sort of created half out of necessity and half out of the need for something new, the Bloody Mary began to gain speed. As it grew in popularity the Bloody Mary morphed, with additions of red pepper, black pepper, salt, celery, lemon, and Worcestershire sauce, added to give the libation a more rounded flavor. We say, there’s no wrong or right way to drink a Bloody Mary, just drinking the Bloody Mary is a battle won!
Tasting Notes | Celebrating the blend of tomato, spices like celery, red pepper, and Worcestershire sauce, and vodka. This cocktail is best served on the rocks aka poured over ice. Garnish with anything from a celery sprig to a hamburger.