Best Bloody Mary Recipe – My Big Fat Bloody Mary

What makes the best bloody Mary Recipe?

A bloody Mary can make or break your brunch or special occasion. One size does not fit all when it comes to this spicy breakfast cocktail and hangover cure. From tomato juice or V8 to horseradish, we’ll break down the elements of the perfect bloody Mary. Try this homemade  recipe, then explore some of our more unique variations.

Recipe for the Perfect Bloody Mary

Our Best Bloody Mary Recipe

Prep Time: 3 minutes

Yield: 1 16 oz cocktail

Nutrition Information:
  • 136 calories
  • 26 grams of sugar
  • 145 milligrams of sodium
Ingredients:
  • 6 ounces good quality tomato juice
  • 2 ounces vodka
  • 1 TBSP Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 TBSP squeezed lime juice
  • 1/4 tsp sodium celery salt
  • 1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
Instructions:
Pour all ingredients into an ice filled cocktail shaker. Roll until thoroughly mixed and chilled. Pour into large glass. Garnish with celery stalk, pickle, beef stick, or choose your own favorite snack.
Bloody Mary Recipe -It's 9am Somewhere
It’s 9am Somewhere -MBFBM

Welcome to the home of the Queen of Cocktails! For the classic recipe that’s likely to please most everyone, try this award-winning recipe. It’s very basic mix of seasonings not too spicy, and unlikely to offend anyone. But make no mistake, it’s darned tasty! Feel free to adjust to your own tastes. For a more spicy bloody Mary, kick up the cayenne, add Tabasco sauce, or use an infused vodka. It’s inspired by the famous  recipe originally published in the New Yorker by Ernest Hemingway. The Hemingway recipe for bloody Mary and frankly, life itself, exemplifies the spirit of our cocktail nation -Big, fat, and larger than life.
Not a fan of vodka cocktails? Try the red snapper, Mary’s gin-soaked cousin.

Best Bloody Mary Recipe Tips:

 Rules of the Road – How to make the perfect morning cocktail

  • Rule #1
  • Always serve it fresh! Avoid making up a large amount in advance to serve at a future date. The acids in the tomato juice will erode the other flavors.
  • Rule #2
  • Always serve it cold! It’s important to serve the cocktail cold. Use a shaker and lots of ice. Chilling the drink will also slow the breakdown of the seasonings like celery salt, Worcestershire sauce, and pepper.
  • Rule #3 
  • Back it up! Finally, always serve the your bloody Mary recipe with an ice-cold beer chaser. These are typically served in a small glass, but big glasses are fine too!
  • Rule #4
  • Enjoy a bloody Mary at any time of day or night.  After all, It’s 9am Somewhere!  Cheers.

How do you make a bloody Mary mix recipe you ask…?

The obvious answer is big and fat. After all, this is not my little wimpy bloody Marys.com, is it? A good bloody Mary recipe should be; cold, spicy, bold, and fresh. The perfect bloody Mary is all of these things with plenty of booze. Go ahead.  It’s 9 am somewhere!

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