That Charleston Bold & Spicy Bloody Mary Mix is more complex than your typical Bloody Mary mixer is evident from the list of ingredients on the bottle. A conventional base of water, tomato paste, and Worcestershire sauce meanders on to apple cider vinegar, roasted vegetables, roasted beef, anchovies, habanero peppers, and other seasonings numerous enough that I won't list them here. A sip is as crowded, flavor-wise, as the ingredient list.
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There are the niche sodas that you drink because they're old and familiar, or new and unusual, and you like that. Then there are the small-time sodas that you drink because you actually like the flavor. And if they were to expand beyond their little production plantsif everyone on Earth had a case in the kitchen and your allegiance no longer made any statement except that you were just like everyone else, you'd still drink them. For me, South Carolina's Blenheim Ginger Ale is one of those sodas.