Bloody Rebellion - Bloody Mary Seasoning Spice
Boston Spice says you should rebel against those ordinary Bloody Mary's that you are served at your local Tavern. A cause is not worth rebelling against unless you know you will win. And, you will win the rebellion on this ordinary drink by adding our Bloody Rebellion Seasoning Spice to your armory.
Originally called the Bloody Massacre in King Street, by the Boston residents of the 18th century, the Boston Massacre, as it is now known throughout Boston today, took place on the night of March 5th, 1770. Boston residents were rebelling against the British Army's occupation of their town. Eight British soldiers fired into a mob of civilians killing three instantly, and two others were fatally wounded and died later. This day is recreated every year in Boston at the site of the event.
Like that cold night of March 5, 1770, fire some vodka shots (2oz) into your glass, along with 2 teaspoons of our Bloody Rebellion Seasoning Spice, and 6 oz of your favorite vegetable juice, add a squeeze of lime, ice cubes, and mix all the ingredients together. Now you can get your own flavor revolution started and win the rebellion against the ordinary.
Here is the potato chip dip made with Bada Bing Bada Boom - Boston Dipping Spice, and to wash it down, a Bloody Mary made with our Bloody Rebellion Seasoning Spice.
Ingredients: worcestershire powder (worcestershire sauce, distilled vinegar, molasses, corn syrup, salt, caramel color, garlic powder, sugar, spices, tamarind, natural flavor and sulfiting agents, maltodextrin, silicon dioxide), paprika, celery salt, black pepper, mustard *all natural rice powder added to help reduce caking
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