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Whiskey Willy's Original Bloody Mary Mix - 32 ounce bottle
Making your own Bloody Mary doesn't have to be scary, when Peppers.com offers around 60 different variations of Bloody Mary mixes. Have fun making the perfect Bloody Mary as you try out different spiced sauces, drop in fun veggies and spice up the rim of your glass!

Whiskey Willy's Original Bloody Mary Mix - 32 ounce bottle

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Whiskey Willy's Original Bloody Mary Mix - A horseradish bite from Orange Beach, Alabama. 18 years experience goes into this masterful blend of a traditional
favorite. Whiskey Willy's Bloody Mary Mix is an all natural-gluten free drink mixer that was actually designed and created by a bartender. This amazing
blend of Grade A tomato paste, California garlic, domestic lemon juice, and other special ingredients is low in calories and sugar, but high on taste!
There are no artificial flavors in this Bloody Mary Mix: so enjoy it as both a summer snack and a holiday treat. Great mixed with your favorite vodka,
tequila or beer!!!


All Natural, Gluten Free


From Alabama


Ingredients: Tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, celery salt, lemon juice concentrate, prepared horseradish, ground Black pepper, beet
sugar, granulated garlic & ground cloves.

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Whiskey Willy's Original Bloody Mary Mix - A horseradish bite from Orange Beach, Alabama. 18 years experience goes into this masterful blend of a traditional favorite. Whiskey Willy's Bloody Mary Mix is an all natural-gluten free drink mixer that was actually designed and created by a bartender. This amazing blend of Grade A tomato paste, California garlic, domestic lemon juice, and other special ingredients is low in calories and sugar, but high on taste! There are no artificial flavors in this Bloody Mary Mix: so enjoy it as both a summer snack and a holiday treat. Great mixed with your favorite vodka, tequila or beer!!!

All Natural, Gluten Free

From Alabama

Ingredients: Tomato paste, Worcestershire sauce, celery salt, lemon juice concentrate, prepared horseradish, ground Black pepper, beet sugar, granulated garlic & ground cloves.

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