A Bloody Mary cocktail is traditionally a tomato based drink, but there’s no rule to say you can’t experiment with different vegetable juices. Introduce some alternative juices to your Bloody Mary bar and let the fun begin!
The shining star. The pièce de résistance. Most things are optional in a Bloody Mary drink, but the vodka just isn’t one of them. Ketel One will bring a smooth mouthfeel to your Bloody Mary, which we believe you won’t get with other vodkas, but we’ll say no more, let your palette decide for itself!
We’ve included four of our favourite spices, but feel free to include whatever you like, this is your Bloody Mary bar so make it personal to you and your friends.
Top tip: You can add spice, but you can’t take it away, so add with care!
Catering for a large group of friends can be very difficult, because, rightly so, we all have personal preferences. Some like their Bloody Mary’s hot and spicy, others like them rich with a kick. We’ve gone for hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce, but include anything you want and let your guests choose.
This is where the fun really starts! Traditionally garnished with a celery stick, time has seen a craze and competitive spirit rise around how best to garnish a Bloody Mary drink. From olives and bacon to burgers and lobster, this really is down to you. Our advice… grab everything and anything and see what your friends come up with. Proost!