This Summer, London’s choicest brunch spots are serving up the 'Sunshine Mary'. This refreshing take on a Bloody Mary has been dreamed up by Alex Kammerling, the London creator of Kamm & Sons ginseng spirit. The Sunshine Mary is all set to revive any jaded, late‐night palate and bring some breezy adventure to brunch and beyond.
We popped down to Caravan in Kings Cross for breakfast and to sample this new Bloody Mary delight and hear what Alex has been up to with promoting his new Spirit. Any good bartender will tell you the tomato juice is the most important ingredient in a Bloody Mary, but with the 'Sunshine Mary' there are two: the Kamm and Sons with the bright yellow Isle of Wight tomato juice makes for a bedazzling mix and with the spices this bloody mary bursts with flavour. It was stunning and a great start to the day thank you Alex!
The Sunshine Mary profiles Kamm &Sons’ ginseng base – a herbal which is recognized as helping the body deal with a heavy head from late nights, as it helps the liver metabolize alcohol from the blood‐stream more efficiently. The Kamm & Sons’ Sunshine Mary will be on the menu at many top restaurants, all‐day cafés and bars, including Caravan, Hawksmoor, Dean Street Townhouse, York and Albany and Canteen. Or you can knock it up yourself as Alex has kindly given us the recipe: