So this doesn’t quite count as a snack (unless you’re an alcoholic) but I’m going to put it in here anyhow because I bought this at the mini-market at the Cambridge train station. It’s a Bloody Mary! In a can! Classy!
As the can says, there’s tomato juice, Worcester sauce and vodka in here – 2.5 units of vodka in fact. On the back is a recipe for Worcester sauce (did you know Worcester sauce contains “black treacle”? I don’t even know what “black treacle” is) and suggestions on how to make your drinking of this thing more enjoyable (turn it upside down to mix it all up better before opening).
The final product is watery, but strong. It lacked the oomph Tabasco sauce brings to the table, but… well… it’s Bloody Mary in a can at a fricking train station! If you’re drinking on a train, chances are you aren’t that picky to begin with.
If Bloody Mary’s aren’t your thing, they also have several other options – Vodka Sodas, G&Ts etc. And considering they were only about two pounds, I guess this means I will never arrive in London sober again.