The Real Dill- Harvest Bloody Mary Mix

The Real Dill- Harvest Bloody Mary Mix

INTRO:  Welcome to the award winning My Big Fat Bloody Mary podcast where you will never drink alone. Special hello to our new listeners!  41 new subscribers from sunny Mexico- ¡Bienvenido! ¡Tomemos un trago!

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…

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The name Roger Fuckbythenavel was recently discovered in the Chester County Court rolls of 1310-11. It has reignited debate about when the f-word was first used in a sexual sense. There are earlier examples of it in names – John le Fucker (1278), Henry Fuckbeggar (1286), Simon Fuckbutter (1290)– but scholars usually explain them away as misspellings or closely related to Germanic words meaning “to hit” or “to strike”. Henry would then be known for walloping beggars, not sleeping with them. The first “real” use of the f-word is thought to occur in a poem partly written in cipher from around 1475, which complains that some monks are damned because they “fuccant” women around the monastery. Fuckbythenavel could be an example of either sense, really– it could refer to striking someone in the belly or some sexual proclivity (or youthful error?). Without context, it is impossible to tell.

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From the website: Colorado Based. Fresh pressed juice meets Bloody Mary mix. Like its name suggests, we dug up our favorite vegetables, including beets, celery, and carrots, all juiced in-house, to create this garden-fresh mix. Mix with vodka, gin, or tequila and a squeeze of lemon, or just pour Harvest straight into your glass, for a Bloody Mary with a uniquely refreshing personality.

Onto the ingredients:  Sodium? 850mg



  • Thin
  • Pulpy
  • Medium
  • Thick


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