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Bloody Mary Spice Mix

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Some people just don’t appreciate the combination of vegetables and alcohol. Don’t worry, we do, which is why The Great American Spice Company’s Bloody Mary Spice Mix is legendary. It makes the perfect Bloody Mary every time. For the ultimate Bloody Mary, just add this spicy mix of peppers and seasoning to vodka and tomato juice. You might also want to have the link to this page handy. Your friends will be begging to find out where they can purchase our Bloody Mary Spice Mix. It’s up to you whether you tell them the secret. Consider adding Outerbridge’s Original Sherry Peppers Sauce for even more zing.  Try our 44 Cordial recipe, too!


Add one teaspoon of mix to each 8 ounce glass of tomato juice or V-8. Mix and enjoy! One 16oz. bag makes around 100 -8oz. servings


Worcestershire Powder, Black Pepper, Celery, Horseradish Powder and Spices.

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  1. Amish Bloody Mary MIx Rocks?

    Posted by Diana on 8th Mar 2015

    I have used this product for years and find every other Bloody Mary, dull by comparison. I also add pickled asparagus as my stir stick and a couple green olives...Nothing better at breakfast...

  2. We've served it at Burning Man for a few years now.

    Posted by Sam Weiss on 22nd Jul 2014

    The big thing our camp does is Friday Bacon Bloody Marys! We serve about 300 every year, either until the tomato juice or bakon vodka runs out (sometimes... the bacon is the first to go :( ).

    Not only is it tasty, it's very easy to mix, and the cost for the mix for 300 bloody marys is $42! Try doing that with dimitries!

    Providing we get the vodka we'll be serving it again this year.

  3. Not bad

    Posted by Lynn on 10th Jan 2013

    Used it with both plain lemon juice and my personal favorite for Bloody Marys V-8 and found about 1/2 the recommended amount and an additional spash of Tabasco worked best for me. A little bacon salt mixed with ground bacon on the rim of the glass made it perfect.