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Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix*Packaging may vary

Zing Zang Bloody Mary Mix

Bloody Mary Ready-to-Drink / United States

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Product details

Category
Bloody Mary Ready-to-Drink
Region
United States

Product description

America's #1 Bloody Mary Mix! Our distinctive 7 vegetable juice blend and complex array of seasonings provide a unique bold flavor that makes the perfect Bloody Mary, Bloody Maria or Michelada. Enjoy the delicious, spicy flavor of Zing Zang spicy flavor on its own or add your favorite spirit to make your own cocktail creation!

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Community reviews

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  • Angelle
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    I can’t understand why they don’t just strain it. Too many seeds and pepper pieces.

  • Eian Martinez.
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    Great

  • Lakia
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    It was expired and I didn't drink it waited my money

  • Sarah Carlson.
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    Expired

  • Mary
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    It's always been my favorite bloody Mary mixer!

  • Tricia
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    Didn't get what I ordered but the substitute was okay

  • Kristin W.
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    Very goo!

  • Michelle
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    First time I’ve had this. Perfect amount of spices!

  • Laura J.
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    Awesome!

  • Joseph H.
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    Cost me $9.00. A couple of days later I went to a grocery store and they had it for $0.99. Ninety-nine cents and no taxes. Puts a roadblock in ordering online.

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FAQs

A Bloody Mary is two things: most pertinently, it’s a cocktail containing tomato juice, vodka, lemon juice, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish (it’s spicy, in case that wasn’t clear), pepper and celery salt. But the name comes from a ghost story involving a Tudor queen whose spirit can be conjured by repeating her name in front of a mirror in the dark. You decide which one sounds more fun.
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