Bloody Maria

Oct 24, 2023

 

Bloody Maria

If you are thinking of enjoying a a cocktail with brunch or if you just need a 'little hair of the dog' put aside the vodka-based Ceasar or Bloody Mary and enjoy a different flavour by substituting Tequila to make a Bloody Maria.
Keyword: Brunch, Hangover, Spicy, Tequila

Materials

  • 2 oz Silver Tequila
  • 4 oz Tomato Juice
  • 1 tsp Horseradish, to taste
  • 3-4 dashes Worcestershire Sauce GF versions of this staple are available
  • 2 dashes Tabasco Sauce
  • 2 dashes hot sauce Try Tapatio or Franks Red Hot
  • dash lime juice A squeeze of fresh is best
  • dash ground black pepper, to taste
  • dash celery salt
  • dash cayenne or chili pepper
  • Garnish with lime/lemon wedge Add extra garnish as desired

Instructions

  • Wet the rim a tall glass with lemon/lime and rim the glass with celery salt mixed with cayenne or chilli pepper for something spicy.
  • Fill the glass with ice
  • Add horseradish, Tabasco, Worcestershire, hot sauce and a squeeze of lime juice to the glass.
  • Pour in your choice of tequila.
  • Add tomato juice and give 2 or 3 stirs.
  • Garnish with a citrus wedge and a dash of black pepper. Add extra garnish as desired and serve.

Notes

  • If you want a little sweeter or more earthy taste, replace the citrus-forward silver tequila with Reposado or Anejo.
  • Add extra garnish of cucumber, pepperoncini, celery, jalapeno pepper or skewer them all for snack.
  • Replace hot sauce with a dash of adobe for a smoky bit of heat.

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