Bloody Hell Mary
Like hot sauce? Then you'll love this!
We've collaborated with the Isle of Wight's producers of the renowned 'Bloody Hell Hot Sauce' for a unique take on the classic Bloody Mary that packs a fiery punch and is full of flavour. Perfect for those lazy Sunday mornings.
Handmade in small batches using Premium Vodka, Tomato Juice, CELERY, Lemon Juice, Hendersons Sauce & Bloody Hell Hot Sauce.
ABV - 10%
Once opened refrigerate and consume within 14 days.
5 or 10 serves per bottle (500ml or 1000ml)
Vegan friendly and Gluten Free
This product doesn't contain nuts but it is made in a facility that handles nuts so we cannot guarantee that it is nut free.
Pour 100ml into a rocks glass over ice. Rim the glass with Chilli Salt beforehand if desired. Garnish with a Celery Stalk, a lemon wedge, and any other preferred toppings such as cherry tomatoes, olives or pickles. Adjust the seasonings according to your taste preferences.
What Is A Bloody Mary Cocktail?
The Bloody Mary is a tomato-based classic savoury cocktail made with vodka and typically enjoyed as a brunch or breakfast cocktail and is well known as the ultimate hangover cure! Today, the Bloody Mary remains a beloved brunch cocktail, enjoyed for its bold flavours, refreshing qualities and many a folk's go-to drink after an over-indulgent night before.
History Of The Cocktail
A popular choice for those who enjoy a bold and savoury cocktail. It is believed to have originated in the early 20th century, although its exact origins are unclear. One popular theory is that it was created in the 1920s or 1930s by a bartender named Fernand Petiot at the New York Bar in Paris, which later became Harry's New York Bar.
Initially, the drink was known as the "Bucket of Blood" due to its vibrant red colour and its reputation as a hangover cure. It is said to have gained its current name, Bloody Mary, either as a nod to Queen Mary I of England, known for her brutal rule and persecution of Protestants or as a reference to a waitress named Mary at a Chicago bar who was the inspiration for the drink.
Over the years, the Bloody Mary has evolved and taken on various adaptations and interpretations. There are countless variations and additions to the basic recipe, making it a customisable and versatile cocktail. Some popular variations include the addition of clam juice (creating a Bloody Caesar), garnishing with bacon or shrimp, or even adding unconventional ingredients like pickle brine or balsamic vinegar.
NOTE: Vegan-Friendly and Gluten Free