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Mar 31, 2021

[Answer] Why is a “Bloody Mary” served with a celery stick garnish?

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...This brunch cocktail tradition began sometime around the 1960s at Chicago’s Ambassador East Hotel. As the story goes, when an impatient customer wasn’t given a stirrer for his Bloody Mary he grabbed the closest thing to stir it with, which happened to be a celery stick. The Bloody Mary drink was created decades before, in the 1920s, with unverified accounts of the name origin. Popular namesake theories include Queen Mary I of England, a waitress, or an actress.




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It was in place of a stirrer:


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