Eventually, Laurie married a guy named Marc. A man who is skilled in the ways of professional kitchens, Marc also has a smoker. And one day, Laurie turned up with way too many tomatoes. They looked at the tomatoes, looked at the smoker, and something clicked. Laurie and Marc began working on a recipe for smoked tomato goodness. As big fans of sharing fabulous food and lively libations, it was natural that this pair would devise a killer Bloody Mary mix.
Smokin' Mary was born of a love of tomatoes, a fondness for the cocktail, and frustration with conventional Bloody Mary mixes. For the cocktail connoisseur, she raises the bar on taste. For the cunning mixologist, she rivals anything formulated in the private flavor laboratory. Smokin' Mary Smoked Bloody Mary Mix is a thing of beauty and the beginning of a tasty relationship with ripe, bold, ample tomato goodness, a subtle hint of smoke on the tongue, and a peppery thrill.
Smokin' Mary's tangy tomato temptations make her a fan favorite in the kitchen. She's won honors as an ingredient in chili cookoffs. Heck, she even took 1st Prize in a cooking competition as a sauce for a shrimp cocktail—straight from the bottle. Want to infuse your dishes with this exciting savory sensation? Check out our page of Award-Winning Recipes.