Bloody Mary

Bloody Mary

  • 2 parts Grey Goose vodka

  • 4 parts organic tomato juice

  • ½ part of lemon juice, (to taste)

  • 4 dashes of Worcestershire sauce

  • 4 dashes of Tabasco , (or hot pepper sauce)

  • 1 pinch of fleur de sel (or sea salt)

  • 1 pinch of black pepper

  • 1 stick of celery

  • 1 bunch of aromatic herbs

  • ice, cubed

1. Add plenty of ice and all of your ingredients to a shaker or stirring glass



2. If you're using a shaker, tilt it backwards and forwards a few times to mix the ingredients without making the drink frothy. If you're stirring, you can do so vigorously



3. Pour the mix into a glass. Top up with fresh ice if it's not quite full



4. Add your garnishes. Any fresh herbs and a celery stick work well



5. Tabasco tip: if you're making Bloody Marys for a group of people, make a jug without spice and let people add their own Tabasco. Some like it hot, others not so much!

Bloody Mary

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This vodka cocktail has endless variations. You can add chilli, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, herbs… even bacon. It’s up to you!
Method

1. Add plenty of ice and all of your ingredients to a shaker or stirring glass

2. If you're using a shaker, tilt it backwards and forwards a few times to mix the ingredients without making the drink frothy. If you're stirring, you can do so vigorously

3. Pour the mix into a glass. Top up with fresh ice if it's not quite full

4. Add your garnishes. Any fresh herbs and a celery stick work well

5. Tabasco tip: if you're making Bloody Marys for a group of people, make a jug without spice and let people add their own Tabasco. Some like it hot, others not so much!

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