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Bartending: Bloody Mary Recipe Variations

Do you love a good Bloody Mary? This is often hailed as the hair of the dog (decide for yourself if it works), but if you need to mix things up a bit, try one of these variations on the classis Bloody Mary.

Bloody Bull

1-1/4 oz. Vodka

2-1/2 oz. Tomato Juice

1-1/2 oz. Beef Bouillon

1–2 tsp. Lemon Juice

Dash Worcestershire Sauce

Dash Tabasco Sauce

Dash Pepper

Combine with ice in a shaker. Strain into a coffee glass.

Bloody Caesar

1-1/4 oz. Vodka

2-1/2 oz. Clamato Juice

Dash Tabasco Sauce

Dash Worcestershire Sauce

Dash Pepper and Salt

Pour Vodka into a glass with ice and fill with Clamato Juice. Add a dash of Tabasco, Worcestershire, Pepper, and Salt. Garnish with a Celery Stalk or a Lime Wheel.

A popular drink in Canada.

Bloody Mary

1-1/4 oz. Vodka

2-1/2 oz. Tomato Juice

Dash Worcestershire Sauce

Dash Tabasco Sauce

Dash Salt and Pepper

Dash Lemon Juice

Pour Vodka over ice in a glass. Fill with Tomato Juice. Add a dash or two of Worcestershire Sauce, Lemon Juice, and Tabasco Sauce. Stir and garnish with a Celery Stalk. For those who enjoy their Bloody Marys extremely spicy, add more Tabasco or even Horseradish.

The most famous of the “Hair of the Dog” morning-after cocktails.

Bloody Molly

1-1/2 oz. Jameson Irish Whiskey

3 oz. Tomato Juice (seasoned to taste) or prepared Bloody Mary Mix

Dash Lemon Juice

Combine in a tall glass over ice and stir. Garnish with a Celery Heart.

Irish Whiskey and Tomato Juice? Hmmmm.

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