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Classic Bloody Mary

Rated as 4.32 out of 5 Stars

"If you want to spice up that tomato juice, just use this classic bloody mary recipe serve in a salt-rimmed glass."
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Ingredients

2 m servings
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 serving)

Directions

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  1. Salt the rim of a tall glass. To do so, pour salt onto a small plate, moisten the rim of the glass on a damp towel and press into the salt. Fill the glass with ice cubes.
  2. In a cocktail mixer full of ice, combine the vodka, vegetable juice, Worcestershire sauce, hot pepper sauce, salt and pepper. Shake vigorously and strain into the glass. Garnish with a stalk of celery and olives stuck onto a toothpick.

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Most helpful positive review

I made a pitcher of these. Used a 46oz. of vegetable juice, 1 cup; and a couple of splashes of Vodka, and celery seed. And the rest of the seasonings to taste. [I'd say close to a Tbls.] Very go...

Most helpful critical review

not enough flavor...add to tweek a lot.

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I made a pitcher of these. Used a 46oz. of vegetable juice, 1 cup; and a couple of splashes of Vodka, and celery seed. And the rest of the seasonings to taste. [I'd say close to a Tbls.] Very go...

I made this for brunch and it was very good. Only change I made was that I did not add the olives.

Good, reliable formula for a basic Bloody Mary, just waiting for your own personal spin and additions, whether it's horseradish, Clamato, steak seasoning, lemon pepper, Old Bay or beef broth, an...

This is a very good recipe,though might I add the following ingredients.I add a Tbls.of juice from a jar of dill pickles, plus a dash of celery salt.Wonderful tasting Bloody Mary.

This is the same way we make it at work except we use celery salt around the rim of the glass and I like extra olives...it is delicious!!!

Great drink - however I added some horseradish to mine.

This was my first time mixing a Bloody Mary, and it tastes just like the one I ordered @ a restaurant a few weeks ago...very tasty :)

not enough flavor...add to tweek a lot.

Excellent!! I just added a splash of lemon juice. It made all the flavors pop more. Definitely a keeper!!