A BLOG DEDICATED TO FINDING, CRAFTING & SERVING THE ABSOLUTE BEST BLOODY MARY COCKTAIL

It all began when I ordered a bloody mary and was served a really bad bloody mary with a half wilted stalk of celery.

Sandy

Bloody Mary Expert, NJ Bloody Mary

The beginning

I had been unemployed for a couple of months and finances were tight.   Having a backgroud in technology I started a web design and digital marketing business Bizzebees and got certified in google analytics, google adwords, and digtal marketing.

After celebrating a big client launch we decided to go out for a bloody mary to celebrate.  I googled “The best bloody mary near me”  The search results showed a mouth watering bloody mary topped wth shrimp and a crab claw.

We got to the restaurant and ordered the bloody mary and what was delivered to us was not the beautiful bloody mary pictured but a bald blad bloody mary with only a wilted celery stalk garnish.

Since I love bloody marys and I work in web & digtal marketing, NJ Bloody Mary was born and we are steadfast in our mission of finding, crafting and serving the absolute best bloody mary cocktail.

ABOUT THE NJ BLOODY MARY TEAM

Sandy

Sandy

Bloody Mary Expert

A pickle obsessed, garnish hording bloody mary specialist who likes her Bloody Mary:

  • Super Spicy
  • Strong with a lot of vodka
  • Lots of Horseradish
  • Pickles and the brine
  • Full of crazy garnishes most importantly a whole lobster and crab
  • Crazy spice rims
Tina

Tina

Bloody Mary Expert

A NJ girl who now resides in MD who loves her bloody mary:

  • With a small kick
  • Tons of Garnish most importantly crab
  • Old Bay
  • A tad sweet
Carly

Carly

Bloody Mary Expert

Pickle obsessed member of the Bloody Mary Sorority who likes her Bloody Mary:

  • Amost white with added horseradish
  • Mild in Spice
  • Full of crazy garnishes most importantly bacon
  • Olives with the juice
  • Salty Briney mix blends
Brittany

Brittany

Bloody Mary Expert

The designated driver and  Bloody Mary specialist that likes her bloody mary:

  • Full of  Veggies most importantly Olives
  • Refined & Classic Garnishes
  • No Alcohol
  • Green Bloody Mary Obsessed

Fun facts
about BLOODY MARYS

Why Celery?  Using a celery stick to garnish a Bloody Mary originated in the 1960s at Chicago’s Ambassador East Hotel. An unnamed celebrity got a Bloody Mary, but no swizzle stick. He grabbed a stalk of celery from the relish tray to stir his Bloody Mary and history was made.

Bloody Mary is too Racey.  During the 1950s this drink was known under the name of ‘Red Snapper’ because Bloody Mary seemed a bit too racy for people. 

Bloody Marys taste better on an airplane,   According to a new study conducted by Cornell University, sweetness is suppressed “in noisy situations—like the 85 decibels aboard a jetliner” while the taste of umami-rich foods like tomato juice was “significantly enhanced.”

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