Bloody Mary Mix Reviews

Bloody Mary Mix Reviews

Here’s what some of our customers are saying:

I think I’ve tried them all over the seven decades that I’ve been around. This is up at the top, the pickle juice being the secret ingredient that seems to add that “missing Link” as it were. Nice and zippy, similar to Zing Zang in the spice level, but a totally different taste experience. Bloody Mary’s have come a long way, especially over the last 20 years. V8, Snappy Tom and the other pretenders along with Mr. and Mrs. T, Major Peters, etc. Dimitri’s is in the upper echelon as is the above mentioned Zing Zang. I like to add a dash of Dimitri’s to a Zing Zang version, but Stu’s seems to stand all by itself. Having said that, I’ll keep Zing Zang and Dimitri’s (original) in the bar, but Stu’s has earned the top spot, at least in my opinion.
I use Campbell’s Tomato Juice 6 oz. 2 oz of Stu’s, maybe a splash more if you really like them zingy. A stir stick with a stuffed garlic olive and you have (at least for the time being), the perfect Bloody Mary. Cheers!
This bloody mary mix is DELICOUS. I mixed mine with Clamato juice bacon and chive seasoning and little more celery seed and rimmed the glass with chili lemon lime salt then added talk of Texas mild pickled okra and garlic stuffed olive and didn’t even add Vodka It was WONDERFUL. It’s one of my top favorites now along with Zing Zang and Jimmy Luv’s It is a little expensive but DELICOUS But I will be buying more of Stu’s this is Bloody Mary it is Wonderful lots of the complex flavor that I love.
This is a great Bloody Mary Mix concentrate! Beats the heck out of the majority of pre made mixes. Just bring your own juice and booze and you’re good to go.
P.S. Recently met Stu at the NYC Fancy Food Show and he was fun and passionate about his product. Give it a try!
This stuff is amazing. Some of the best bloody mary mix I’ve had. It’s very flavorful and has a little bit of spice to it. I’d suggest getting the mixology kit if you’ve never had it to get some added goodies. Highly recommended
I will buy the gallon version next time. Used the small bottle with a large bottle of V8. Tasted amazing.
You add Stu’s Bloody Mary your vodka and tomato juice. The spices make it pop! A nice thing about Stu’s mix is that it is concentrated. So you might like your Bloody mild and you only add a small amount. Someone else might want to “kick it” and they can add more. Mild, kicking it, or in between, the flavor is delicious. It’s great for a virgin Bloody, too. LOVE IT! And, I found the overall least expensive way to order it, is through Amazon because they have lower shipping rates. I ordered an extra two to have on hand in case we have a crowd drinking Bloody Marys!
I think I’ve tried them all over the seven decades that I’ve been around. This is up at the top, the pickle juice being the secret ingredient that seems to add that “missing Link” as it were. Nice and zippy, similar to Zing Zang in the spice level, but a totally different taste experience. Bloody Mary’s have come a long way, especially over the last 20 years. V8, Snappy Tom and the other pretenders along with Mr. and Mrs. T, Major Peters, etc. Dimitri’s is in the upper echelon as is the above mentioned Zing Zang. I like to add a dash of Dimitri’s to a Zing Zang version, but Stu’s seems to stand all by itself. Having said that, I’ll keep Zing Zang and Dimitri’s (original) in the bar, but Stu’s has earned the top spot, at least in my opinion.
I use Campbell’s Tomato Juice 6 oz. 2 oz of Stu’s, maybe a splash more if you really like them zingy. A stir stick with a stuffed garlic olive and you have (at least for the time being), the perfect Bloody Mary. Cheers!
Finally a bloody mary mix that has pickle juice in it. I don’t even like pickles, however just enough of it in a bloody mary is magic. Just make sure and stock up on tomato juice.

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