Saturday, December 17, 2011

Demitri's Product Review

If you looking for ingredients to make a good bloody mary look no further. Demitiri's has sent me two products to test and review. Now you can make a bloody mary as good as the bartenders do.

The company began in 1988, with the passion of a bartender. The bartender was Demitri Pallis. His passion, the perfect bloody mary.
So what I got was the bacon rim shot, which is a all natural spiced rim salt for the glass. And a box of the perfect bloody mary seasoning mix original recipe.

First up, the bacon salt. This was the best complement for our bloody mary's. This bacon salt gives the taste of a smoky garnish like it states. And you can smell the aroma of bacon as well. This four ounce tin packs a powerful ingredient that is for sure. I am sure if you use this at your next party, every one will be buzzing about your one of a kind bloody mary drink. The ingredients for this product is premium sea salts, and natural bacon salt, and a few of the company's secret ingredients. Whats nice also is the tin is the right size to do the glass rimming in, you don't need to empty the ingredients into any thing else. I never knew salt could add so much flavor and surprise to a drink. Especially bacon salt.

Next up was the seasoning mix, that was in the box.
This product would make a great gift for the Holidays. It has fourteen all natural ingredients, in little pouches. After you use these products you will know for sure, why Demitri has won numerous awards.

If you want to be the most famous bartender at your next party, check out this company's website . There's so much more there to see. You can also find them on twitter and face book.

Disclaimer: Momzblotter has personally reviewed the product listed above. Momzblotter has not received any monetary compensation for her review. Momzblotter did receive a free product to try out so Momzblotter could evaluate and use it for her review. Momzblotter's thoughts & opinions in this review are unbiased & honest and your  opinions may differ.



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