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Making a Bloody Mary

Making a Bloody Mary

Making a Bloody Mary

You'll get a kick out of the Bloody Mary, a familiar mix of vodka, tomato-based juices and some zesty spices. Serves one.

  • For a Bloody Beach, substitute one part Malibu rum and one part vodka for the vodka.
  • For a sweeter drink, add a few more drops of Worcestershire sauce.
  • Substitute beef bouillon for the V8 to make a Bloody Bull.
  • Try adding 1/4 oz. horseradish sauce.
  • Use Clamato juice instead of the V8 for a Bloody Caesar.
  • Use regular or spicy V-8 juice from a bottle, not a can.
  • Use tequila instead of vodka, and lime juice instead of lemon juice for a Bloody Maria.
  • A Bloody Beer is 1/3 tomato juice and 2/3 beer - none of the other stuff.
  • Substitute Seagram's 7 for vodka to get a Bloody Seven.
  1. Put ice in shaker with V-8 or tomato juice, lemon juice, ground black pepper, vodka, Worcestershire sauce and Tabasco sauce.
  2. Shake six to eight times.
  3. Strain cocktail from shaker into a chilled old-fashioned glass.
  4. Garnish with celery stick or lime wedge.

Mixed drinks contain alcohol, so use moderation.

Never drink and drive.



**** Good Ideas

Corliss R. from Las Vegas, NV

I'm from the South and women from the South do not set a table without a pitcher of **** Mary's. I'm always looking for new ways to change them up. Thanks for the tips!

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