We've all heard the myth: say her name in the mirror and Bloody Mary will appear. But where did it come from? And why is it everywhere?
Drinking at home doesn't just have to mean cracking open a cold one.
Game the bougie brunch racket and make these cocktails at home.
It sucks to be naked in the rain—especially if your body is full of tequila, bacon, and coke.
The garnishes are insane, the booze is strong, and these complex cocktails are way more than just hair of the dog.
I know that this is your fourth Bloody Mary, and I can tell that you're super high on Ambien. Just don't tell me I have a sexy PA voice or ask me for a sparkling water—we have club soda.
Since its conception in 1969, the sodium-ridden, tomato-based Calgary cocktail has become one of Canada's most popular cocktails, but it's not what's inside that makes it great. The garnishes alone make this the Liberace of all Canadian libations.
Meet Bloody Mary’s sexier Mexican cousin: Bloody Maria. She’s spicy as hell, she brings home the bacon, and she smokes.