Best Bloody Mary Day Wishes: Bloody Marys are one of the most popular drinks in the United States. The drink is made with vodka, tomato juice, lemon or lime juice, Worcestershire sauce, and spices like horseradish. There are variations to this recipe that include adding different types of alcohol or juices.
The origins of National Bloody Mary Day are unknown but many people believe it started as a joke on January 1st, 1922 by an advertisement for Hamm’s Beer in the Saturday Evening Post.
History Of National Bloody Mary Day
As we ponder the origins of this holiday, National Day Calendar staff will be eating some bacon. There’s a little something for everyone – celery and olives are in there too! And oh yeah…the pickle is deadly serious about its intention not to get eaten by any vampires tonight so don’t forget it’s hiding behind one or two slices depending on how hungry you’re feeling (we won’t tell).
National Bloody Mary Day is celebrated on January first every year. It’s named after the drink, which is made with tomato juice and vodka.
National Bloody Mary Day Activities
1. Brunch it out with some Bloody Marys
You’ve started your day off with some coffee and you’re ready to take on the world. Bloody Marys are just what’s needed for that extra boost of energy, so head over there right now before it gets too late!
2. Invite friends over to make some with you
The best way to make a Bloody Mary is with the right ingredients. Basics like vodka and tomato juice are necessary, but you should also get some extras for garnishing it too! Think bacon or olives – whatever your heart desires really. The combinations seem endless so have fun experimenting today by creating unique drinks just for friends in this group chat app called “Bloody”.
3. Create a Bloody Mary bucket list
Make sure to taste the best Bloody Marys in your city before ranking them. This way, you’ll have a setlist for visiting guests and local foodies alike!
4 POSSIBLE WOMEN BEHIND THE NAME BLOODY MARY
1. Queen Mary I of England
The first Queen Mary was a notorious tyrant who tried to bring back Catholicism in England by executing Protestants.
2. Film star Mary Pickford
Canada may be a faraway country, but this Canadian-born actress and filmmaker made waves in the United States with her silent movie work. She became known as “America’s Sweetheart.”
3. A waitress named Mary
There is a story of the woman who worked at Bucket of Blood and it’s all because she could do things with her mouth. She would take an order, then use those skillful lips to create something from what you asked for–even if that meant making up your drink by herself!
4. A customer’s girlfriend named Mary
The story goes that a patron in one of Toronto’s most infamous bars, The Bucket of Blood Cabaret (a.k., name), said this cocktail looked like he had met his girlfriend Mary there and so she was named after her — which is how we got our moniker for what has become quite possibly one if not THE best drinks out there!
WHY DO WE LOVE NATIONAL BLOODY MARY DAY
1. We get to toast new beginnings at the beginning of the day
The Bloody Mary is the best drink to have when you’re feeling under the weather. It’s also acceptable, and even encouraged at brunch!
The savory cocktail known as “Bloody Mary” has been around for centuries; it was first popularized in America during Prohibition (1919 – 1933). The original meaning behind this dish has changed over time though there’s still some interesting trivia surrounding its origins…
2. It’s a cocktail and a possible hangover cure
A Bloody Mary is an excellent drink for curing hangovers. It has a heavy vegetable base, salt, and alcohol that’s thought to dehydrate you further while also treating your symptoms of nausea or thirst from too much drinking.
3. Bloody Marys have potential health benefits
Tomatoes are a great source of antioxidants, thanks to tomatoes. That’s right; even if you’re not trying to get through your hangover with some Bloody Marys there is still something therapeutic about drinking them!
Bloody Marys have a long history and it’s so interesting to read about. We love our national drink! It just goes to show that people can come up with some of the most creative cocktails even if they’re not trying to do something exciting at all. This is why we appreciate this holiday. Cheers everyone!