- No added preservatives
- Gluten Free
How long will this last?
Unopened, it is good for one year from when it was made. The date that it was made will be stamped on the jar. After it has been opened, the 32 oz jars should last at least three months in the fridge, if not longer. We recommend using the 64 oz growlers within one month of opening it.
Does it need to be refrigerated?
Only after they have been opened. Until then they are safe to be stored in a cool, dark place.
How many Bloody Marys can I make with one jar?
It depends on what size glass you are using but you should be able to make 4-8 Bloody Marys with the 32 oz jar and 8-16 with the 64 oz growler.
Is it really spicy?
It definitely has a little bit of a kick, but it will not light your mouth on fire. If you can handle just a little bit of heat you should be fine with it. If you like it spicier you can always add hot sauce or fresh chiles and if you like it less spicy you can cut it with tomato juice to dilute the spiciness a bit.
How do I make a Bloody Mary?
There are many ways to make a great Bloody Mary. We have a number of recipes on our “Recipes” page that you can check out. If you make up a great recipe please let us know about it!
Can I use it with something other than Vodka?
Yes, our favorite spirit to mix with it is Tequila. It also goes great with beer, gin, whisky and scotch. Check out our “Recipes” page for some recipes.
Does this come with vodka already in it?
Can I drink this on its own – without adding vodka?
Absolutely! Many people just drink it without adding anything to it. It’s a really delicious vegetable juice or alternative to V8.
Are these made with preservatives or other weird ingredients?
Nope, we do not use any ingredients that you would not recognize from your own pantry or garden. Check out the list of ingredients on the “Ingredients” tab.
What is cucumber water?
It’s filtered water that has been infused with fresh cucumbers.
Do you make it or is it made by a contractor?
We do not contract out any production. We make everything in our own facility (called the Dillery) in Denver, Colorado.