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World's Best Bloody Mary Mix

Rated as 4.6 out of 5 Stars
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"I drink virgin bloody marys for breakfast pretty regularly. To me this is the perfect marriage of flavor for those of you who enjoy this delicious drink. Add alcohol when you're feeling extra zippy."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 50
Original recipe yields 8 servings

Directions

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  1. Stir tomato juice, steak sauce, barbeque sauce, celery seed, garlic salt, and black pepper in a large pitcher. Serve in glasses over ice and garnish each serving with a pinch of cayenne pepper, a lemon wedge, and a celery stick.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 50 calories; 0.3 12.8 1.7 0 889 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Amazing! What a perfect blend of flavors. I wansn't sure about the bbq sauce but it worked perfect. If you are looking for a great bloody mary mix this is it.

Most helpful critical review

This was way too spicy, even for my spice loving husband. I may try again and reduce the pepper. Thanks!

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Amazing! What a perfect blend of flavors. I wansn't sure about the bbq sauce but it worked perfect. If you are looking for a great bloody mary mix this is it.

this is awesome thanks for sharing

Thanks to bd.weld, I just made this. Delicious! I was going to add in some vodka, but after one sip to adjust my seasonings, I couldn't wait for the booze. I just drank it as is. Simply delic...

This was way too spicy, even for my spice loving husband. I may try again and reduce the pepper. Thanks!

This mix is amazeballs! I used Sriracha instead of cayenne. Perfect kick as far as I'm concerned. And I left out the garlic salt since the steak sauce I used (Lea & Perrins Worcestershire Sauce...

This is super delicious! I love the savory flavor. I think the steak sauce (I used A1) makes it. It's not spicy, and I'm confused how anyone could say it is? Esp when they say they are spice-lo...

This was exactly what I wanted. It's a savory bloody Mary, not a spicy one (depending on how much cayenne you add). Two recommendations: 1) make sure to purchase low sodium tomatoe juice, 2) ...

Great variation to the standard Bloody Mary Mix. I kicked it up a notch with 1/2 TSP of Cayenne but it's good to start with the original recipe and adjust the heat to your own taste as you go. N...

Without a doubt, the BEST. I am thrilled I found this recipe.