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Favorite Store-Bought Bloody Mary Mix?

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    Favorite Store-Bought Bloody Mary Mix?

    What say y’all? Haven’t made bloody Mary’s at home in forever, so looking for input. I have pretty only much used the brand that makes Tabasco or I have doctored up Clamato with the usual suspects (Worcestershire, salt, pepper, hot sauce, lime, celery salt, etc). Please note that horseradish was left off by design.

    #2
    I always make my own.

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      #3
      oooh . . . Clamato is the best! Who doesn't need clam broth in their beverage!

      SheilaAnn check out the selection at Pavillions on Spring Street. The have a few "craft" style bloody Mary mixers that I have tried and enjoyed. But I still enjoy my home mix the best. the bottled stuff is good for hotels and camping though.

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      • SheilaAnn
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        latenight71 BF is on his was to Pavillion’s as we speak! Do you recall any of the brand names?

      • latenight71
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        @SheilaAnn
        Cutwater was one I tried. another was called Stirrings, but it had horseradish.

      #4
      Zing Zang!

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      • Murdy
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        Zing Zang is solid, though lately we've been making our own.

      • HawkerXP
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        Zig Zag?!?

      #5
      Master Mixers 5 pepper Bloody Mary mix.

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        #6
        A brand named Walters has started selling a Clamato up here both in mixed and unmixed cans and bottles.
        Its available only as plain Clamato so far, no pickled bean or hot n spicy yet.
        I haven’t tried it yet it is on the expensive side compared to Motts Clamato.
        A friend had a coupla of Walters cans recently, she said taste was comparable to Motts but the Walters was much thicker. For her dime she’d stick with Motts.
        Everyones different so this may be worth a taste test.


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          So here is what we ended up with. It’s super rich and very tomatoey! Heat level is there, tang is there, I did nothing to doctor it up!!

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            #8
            Zing Zang for us, and gin, always gin.

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              #9
              Zing Zang as a base then doctor it up from there. A secret my mother taught me (whom she got from my father's mother) is a couple dashes of bitters.

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