St Regis Bloody Mary Recipes And Bourbon Crisis Averted


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If you’ve ever tried a Bloody Mary from St Regis you may have wondered how they make it taste so good. Now you can find out exactly how they make it taste so good through their website which shares the Bloody Mary ingredients by hotel. We tried the West Paces Mary from the St Regis Atlanta earlier this year and it was tasty. What’s your favorite St Regis Bloody Mary?

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In totally unrelated drinking news, Makers Mark Bourbon reversed their decision to dilute the popular bourbon from 45% to 43% alcohol volume. image

After they announced their intentions to dilute the product due to high demand, they heard loud and clear that their customers didn’t appreciate the move. Now you can continue to partake in a Makers Mark at the original 45% alcohol volume.

It’s five o’clock somewhere.

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Comments

  1. Recently enjoyed the original (supposedly) at the King Cole Bar at the St. Regis NYC. Tasty, no doubt, but seriously overpriced. I think I paid over $20 for it! Now I can say I had it, though.

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