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Devil Dave’s Announces Growth and Expansion

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Devil Daves, the company that brought you the world’s first single serve Bloody Mary stick, meets increased demand with initiatives providing customers with more variety, quantity, and quality desired from the product line with the release of printed collectors tins.

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Devil Daves reveals a new sleek printed tin for their Speed Mix. Rest assured, it is the same bold, spicy and delicious Bloody Mary mix everyone loves. The company is streamlining their production which cuts the labor and cost of hand labeling.

Since opening in May of 2018, Devil Daves has sold over 5 tons of their instant Bloody Mary mix pleasing over 10,000 customers all while maintaining a 5 star rating on their social media outlets. Due to consumer demand, the company has hit capacity keeping up with hand labeling our Speed Mix tins . “Our bulk option, the Tin with scoop has been such a hit, we’re expanding our product to reflect more of a devilish volume!” The customers are also recommending Devil Daves adds an extra hot blend to the product line, so they plan to do so by changing the top label on the new printed tin. “It will be easier for the customer to identify the difference between the two flavors, original and extra hot,” Ryan Pakenas, owner
of Devil Daves, says.
To top it all off, Devil Daves has plans to give you even MORE. Besides the new Extra Hot, plans to add tangy, pub style Michelada mix are in the works! Certainly, the need for a powdered Bloody Mary seasoning was proven by tremendous growth they have shown since opening in May 2018. Stay tuned at Devildaves.com or connect with us on Facebook.

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Managing Editor | Mark is a freelance journalist based out of Los Angeles. He’s our Do-It-Yourself specialist, and happily agrees to try pretty much every twisted project we come up with.