The Barrel Mary

Ready for a twist on the classic Bloody Mary? Introducing the ‘Barrell Mary’ – it’s like the OG hangover cure, but with a cool bourbon kick!

The traditional Bloody Mary is typically made with vodka, but some clever folks decided to give it a Southern twist by substituting bourbon whiskey. Now, the origins of the Bloody Mary itself are a bit hazy, much like the morning after enjoying one too many of them! Some say it was invented in the 1920s or 1930s in either Paris or New York City. But it really gained popularity in the United States as a brunch cocktail.

It’s a delightful twist on a classic, my dear, and perfect for those who enjoy a touch of Southern charm in their cocktails. Just remember, moderation is key, especially when it comes to the hair of the dog!


1.5 oz Fresh Bourbon
2 Dash Worcestershire
2 Dash Tabasco
.5 oz Olive Juice
4.5 oz BloodyMary Mix (Zing Zang)


Olive & Lime Garnish
Shake and Strain, Pour over fresh ice


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