It’s no secret that I adore the spicy, mouth-tingling sensation of a Vintage Vine bloody mary. So for Super Bowl Sunday, I decided to go big or go home with a massive one gallon growler of Vintage Vine Spicy Bloody Mary Mix.
My bloody mary bar contained all the usual fixings: celery, citrus, olives, pepperoncini, a variety of hot sauces and two types of cheddar cheese cubes.
For some added flavor and pizazz, glasses were adorned with a nice spiced rim salt courtesy of Demitri’s RimShot.
Game day guests enjoyed crafting their own unique, savory tomato cocktails, and much like the Seahawks, my build-your-own bloody mary bar dominated (until the celebratory shots of course). As a side “note to self” (and anyone else about to leave their 20s): celebratory shots + over 30 = full day of couch. Although I did manage to catch up on all my horrible reality television. Mob Wives? Couples Therapy? Real Housewives? Don’t judge me…
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