Award Affirms That These High School Sweethearts from Oxford May Make the World’s Best Bloody Mary

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Collin and Annie Dawkins.

High school sweethearts Collin and Annie Dawkins, who met as 10th-graders at Oxford, won a platinum medal at the third annual Drunken Tomato Awards, an international Bloody Mary competition, for their Sunday’s Best Bloody Mary Mix, writes Steven Hoffman for the Chester County Press.

The husband and wife, who now live in Lancaster, were happy to hear their product receive praise from a panel of expert judges, who found it to be “bold, very flavorful, and (with) a good amount of spice.”

Sunday’s Best was awarded the highest award in its category.

The couple started the Bloody Mary business because they both love making the drink and trying them wherever they go. Still, they could never find one that could live up to the ones they made at home, so they decided to start a business and make their mix available to everybody.

“We launched Sunday’s in 2020 and have had so much fun growing the company over the past year,” said Collin. “We think that we have the best mix out there. Getting validation from the most competitive Bloody Mary competition in the world is just amazing.”

Read more about Sunday’s Best in the Chester County Press.

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