Bloody Mary Tudor Historical Apron

Bloody Mary Tudor Historical Apron


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If you primarily use your kitchen for rustling up cocktails (no judgement), our Bloody Mary apron is just the thing for you.

Whether or not the cocktail was named after ‘Bloody Mary’ – Mary Tudor, Queen of England – is pretty hard to tell. Mary earned her nickname for her penchant for burning Protestants at the stake in an attempt to bring back Catholicism in England. Unsurprisingly, she got this name from a Protestant, specifically John Foxe, who wrote Foxe’s Book of Martyrs.

So the long and short of it is, enjoy a Bloody Mary in our snazzy apron, but don’t burn anyone.

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