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Rushcutters Bloody Mary Garden

By ugc on May 7, 2014 in

Rushcutters on Neild Avenue will be transformed into a ‘Ketel One Bloody Mary Garden’ filled with produce from the Cooks Co-Op in the Hawkesbury Region. Guests will be able to customise their very own take on the classic Bloody Mary cocktail ($10), including a specially formulated spice mix to accompany. On hand to show customers the ropes will be celebrated mixologist and Ketel One Ambassador, Chris Hysted from Melbourne, along with Keystone Group Bars Manager, Jason Williams.