The Pretty Farmer Bloody Mary Mixes Review with Mike Scott

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 We are coming to you from the studios of the Bloody Mary Concert Series and we are being fueled by the La Crosse Distilling Co.’s Field Notes Vodka, whose corn-based vodka is just that- 100% Midwestern organic yellow dent corn. Besides the yeast and enzymes they use to break down the sugars in the corn, there’s nothing else used to make this spirit. It is double-distilled and filtered for a nice easy finish. I’m Greg Tooke, your host and joining me today…

Intro Guest: Mike Scott!!!

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Onto the ingredients:  Sodium? 640 mg

Pretty Farmer Bloody Mary Mix Ingredient List


Pretty Farmer Bloody Mary Mix Review

Queen Bee of Scots Honey Bloody Mary Mix

”We take the classic Bloody Mary mix recipe and change things up! Proportions are different and this time we’ve added honey – YES, HONEY! “

Mean Mary

She’s mean and clean! Sophisticated ingredients deserve a sophisticated name and punch! Introducing Mean Mary. She’s the Hostess with the Mostest. Mean Mary zings and stings for a few minutes but makes it all worth it! try this delicious mix today!

Scotch bonnet Peppers (also known as Bonney peppers, or Caribbean red peppers)[1] is a variety of chili pepper named for its supposed resemblance to a Scottish tam o’ shanter bonnet.[2][3] It is ubiquitous in West Africa as well as the Caribbean. Like the closely related habanero, Scotch bonnets have a heat rating of 100,000–350,000 Scoville units.[4] For comparison, most jalapeño peppers have a heat rating of 2,500 to 8,000 on the Scoville scale. However, completely sweet varieties of Scotch bonnet called cachucha peppers are grown on some of the Caribbean islands.


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