Spicy Bloody Mary

Spicy Bloody Mary
Recipe adapted from the Gods

My third contribution to this year's #GreatHallowTweet is a Spicy Bloody Mary. I love these. Love, love, love. And what could be a more sinister sounding drink? Huh? Halloween would not be the same without a little blood. ;) Enjoy!

Serves: 1

1 1/2 oz vodka
1/2 cup tomato/vegetable cocktail juice
2 teaspoons fresh lime juice
Worcestershire sauce to taste
Tabasco to taste
1 celery stick for garnish
1 lime wedge for garnish
Hickory salt to rim the glass

1. Combine the vodka, tomato/vegetable juice, lime juice, worcestershire sauce and tabasco in a cocktail mixer.

2. Shake the mixture well and strain it into a hickory salt rimmed glass (filled with ice cubes, optional). Garnish the Bloody Mary with the celery stick and a lime wedge.

The #GreatHallowTweet Halloween BlogHop was the brain child of the fabulous Renee at Flamingo Musings. During this week leading up to Halloween a devilish group of bloggers are causing mayheim and carnage all over the interwebs. Be sure to visit my fellow ghouls and goblins and see what Halloween treats they have cooking.(The list is the under Great Hallow column on the left panel.)


Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

A great Halloween cocktail!



Deeba PAB said...

Spicy like you...this is irresistible! BOO to you today!!

Kudos Kitchen said...

There is nothing better than a good bloody Mary. This one looks delish. I especially love them at the 19th hole after a good (or bad) round of golf! I recently posted a recipe for a bloody Larry on my blog. Your Mary looks like a spicy gal. Gotta love that <3

RJ Flamingo said...

That sounds out-standing, Paula! And I can use one right around NOW! :-D

Thanks for playing in the #GreatHallowTweet again, this year - hope you had some fun! xox


Judy@nofearentertaining said...

Oh Paula! Could I ever go for one of these right now! Great recipe!

Ana Powell said...

The perfect Halloween cocktail.
Great click ♥

Heather @ He Cooks She Cooks said...

Only on of my favorite drinks on the planet. But you are missing freshly grated HORSERADISH! AHHH!

Now I must have one.

Happy Monday at 9 am to me! lol

My Carolina Kitchen said...

Bloody Mary's are one of my husband's specialties and his favorite drink (well, besides a martini). The hickory salt on the rim sounds like a great idea. He's sure to love it.

Greg said...

Sounds delicious! Where on earth do you get hickory salt??

Jamie said...

I want I want I want and right at this moment I most definitely need!

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