The Murph’s Famous Bloody Mary Mix. A Classic Crimson Blend.


You belly up to the bar.  The man behind the counter has been making bloody marys for decades.  So like the rest of your neighborhood dive bar patrons, you order the cocktail of all day-drinking cocktails.  Your bartender has it down to a simple, yet methodical science.  A double shot of vodka, followed by dashes of Tabasco and Lea & Perrins Worcestershire.  A spoon full of horseradish, salt, pepper and a splash of tomato juice top it off.  Served in a classic highball glass and garnished with a lemon wedge, two bar olives and a crunchy celery stick, this vintage bloody mary embodies a time honored tradition. The Murph’s Famous Bloody Mary Mix follows this esteemed tradition.  Slightly spicy with a bit of horseradish and more Worcestershire than most, this crimson blend provides the flavor of a cocktail handcrafted by a seasoned bloody mary veteran.  Lots of black pepper bits and a thick, robust tomato juice create a texturally satisfying experience emphasized by a pleasantly salty finish, and even the shape of the bottle harkens back to time tested jars of classic tomato juice.  The Murph knows his bloody marys, and as the new face of bloody mary mix, he joins the list of classic bloody mary purveyors.

For its full-bodied, savory flavor, The Murph’s Famous Bloody Mary Mix earns 4 Celery Stalks.

Price: $8.99.  Available at Stop & Shop locations throughout New York and New Jersey and via

Side Note: Please check out the hilarious videos over at The Murph’s website.  This guy loves his bloody marys.  I especially like this one: A Few Good Bloody’s.

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