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August 30, 2020

Modification of form is admitted to be a matter of time ~ Alfred Russell Wallace

A Bloody Mary like this one is timeless.

During its long history, the evolution of this signature brunch serve has been slow and considered.

For a cocktail with such strength of character it is curious that even the most minute twist to the recipe can tip its fine balance.

So it goes without saying that when it comes to a truly classic Bloody Mary, your choice of vodka is pivotal and Broken Clock is the natural selection.
118406010_1248600058840730_4545915500580984447_n.jpg Its complex recipe with subtly infused botanicals comes from English country gardens and the long, lingering finish means it shines through in even the most piquant of expressions.

Today’s Sunday Brunch is being served by Bloody Mary Challenge finalist, Luis Santos, from Darwin and Wallace in London.

And his evolution of this signature serve uses Broken Clock along with a special house spice mix with an infusion of basil and cucumber which complements our vodka’s classic garden flavours perfectly.


50 ml Broken Clock Vodka
25 ml Darwin & Wallace Spice Mix
10 ml Lemon Juice
Top Fresh Tomato Juice

Lemon Wedge
Stick of Celery
Cracked Black Pepper


Build the cocktail in a highball glass with plenty of ice and stir with a bar spoon before adding the garnish.