1934 produces barbeque sauce and bloody mary mixes — which, when you get down to it, aren’t all that different. Today we busy ourselves with the latter, of which 1934 only makes one variety at present.
It’s solid stuff, not too thick, and clearly loaded with Worcestershire, horseradish, and a vinegary kick. Plenty of garlic and onion flavor throughout, backing up a roasted tomato, lightly beefy body. There’s sweetness here, though only 6 grams of sugar per serving, so perhaps the mixer comes across as more sugary than it really is. Fortunately, the modest spice and chili note makes for a cleansing, lightly racy finish that helps to temper any lingering sweetness.
A- / $13 (32 oz bottle) / 1934bbq.com