Bloody Kentucky

Great With Vodka...Even Better With Bourbon
Bloody Kentucky

While the concept of a Bloody Bourbon has been around for decades, Bloody Kentucky Cocktail Drink Mix from Holloway Farms had its start as a farm-fresh recipe just before the days of prohibition.

Bourbon and Moonshine were about the only type liquor that people had (or wanted) in parts of Kentucky, so they adapted the mixer to blend with what they were drinking.

And being from the country, Daniel Holloway’s Great Grandfather used vegetables from his garden, beef boullion stock, and other secret ingredients to produce a hearty flavor that they call a “Bloody Kentucky”. That recipe remains largely unchanged from then, and now is bottled for all to enjoy.

Bloody Kentucky

Great With Vodka...Even Better With Bourbon

While the concept of a Bloody Bourbon has been around for decades, Bloody Kentucky Cocktail Drink Mix from Holloway Farms had its start as a farm-fresh recipe just before the days of prohibition.

Bourbon and Moonshine were about the only type liquor that people had (or wanted) in parts of Kentucky, so they adapted the mixer to blend with what they were drinking.

And being from the country, Daniel Holloway’s Great Grandfather used vegetables from his garden, beef boullion stock, and other secret ingredients to produce a hearty flavor that they call a “Bloody Kentucky”. That recipe remains largely unchanged from then, and now is bottled for all to enjoy.