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August 30, 2020

The origins of this species of cocktail are shrouded in the mists of time. But this strong, spicy and savoury concoction has certainly revived a few extinct beasts and sore heads during its history.

The evolution of the Bloody Mary endures and this weekend’s Sunday Brunch cocktail is the signature Bloody Mary from Darwin and Wallace in London.
118405780_3268042436610757_6354545222760580404_n.jpg It’s being served up by their Group Head Bartender Luis Santos who was a finalist in this year’s Bloody Mary Challenge, sponsored by Broken Clock Vodka.

And just as with Charles Darwin and Alfred Russell Wallace’s theory of natural selection 162 years ago, the competition saw Britain’s top bartenders pitting their Bloody Mary expressions against each other and it was unquestionably survival of the fittest.