Let’s get mixing.

Our tomatoey cocktails are getting a saucy upgrade, now that we’ve met these Bloody Mary mixes. Each jar comes straight from a family-run farm outside of Birmingham, Alabama, where it was lovingly prepared using fresh, local ingredients. There are bundles of flavors to choose from, too. Case in point...

  • Ordinary Mary, a classic blend of Chandler mountain tomatoes, fresh garlic, and horseradish.
  • Saucy Mary, a base of Cherokee Purple and Yellow Heirloom tomatoes seasoned with traditional Cajun spices.
  • Scary Mary, a hot and spicy concoction that gets its kick from habanero and smoky chipotle peppers.
  • Sweet Mary, a blend of Yellow Heirloom tomatoes and pickled Chilton County peaches (yes, peaches).
  • Quirky Mary, which gets its rich, earthy flavor from beets.
  • Dirty Mary, the “salsa verde” of Bloody Mary mixes, made with tomatillos.
  • Loaded Mary, chock full of garden veggies like cucumber, celery, and German Johnson tomatoes. (Tip: It doubles as a gazpacho.)