The Bloody Mary is the quintessential brunch drink, Bloody Mary ingredients are a mix of savory and spicy with a little bit sweetness to hit all the right spots. Find out more about the history of the classic cocktail, plus the many ways to enjoy it.
Before you freak out about throwing raw fish into a drink, hear us out.
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The Bloody Mary? First concocted in a hotel. The heart-shaped tub? Well, some of us love them -- and they, too, were first introduced in a hotel.
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Ah, the Bloody Mary: that spicy, savory, tomato juice-based, vodka-laced drink that is enjoyed with such relish (literal and figurative relish) during brunch, on a ski break or as a hangover remedy. Few "classic" cocktails have as colorful past as the Bloody Mary, which has been enjoyed for more than 80 years.
No, this is not a dream. Yes, you may cry tears of joy.
It's all in the vodka.
At some point my mom could see that all the evil spirit, demon, and Devil chat was scaring the crap out of us at night, so she took great pains pray over us at bedtime. I said my own prayers fervently, hoping that if the Devil ever did show up, he'd have to go through mom before coming for me. She prayed 10,000 times more often than I did, so I was sure she could take him down.
We've heard of a cherry on top, but a chicken?
Get your belly ready (and head to Canada).