The best Bloody Mary cocktail mix ever

Sean Ludford is a new contributor to TaylorEason.com and a veteran in the wine and spirits industry. He has over two decades under his belt, swilling (er… tasting) beer, wine and plenty of spirits. Read his bio and be impressed.

Nothing says brunch and/or the morning after like the Bloody Mary. When it’s really needed even a mediocre Bloody Mary is good but a great Bloody Mary sticks in your memory for years.

The Bloody Mary is all about the mix. Use a substandard mix and you’ll have a rather forgettable cocktail despite the use of even the best Vodka. Speaking of Vodka… BevX.com recommends using a quality, and sensibly priced Vodka. There is no better way to spot a status-seeking fool than to witness someone at the bar ordering a Bloody Mary with the addition of the posh, ultra-premium Vodka of the moment.

BevX Best Bloody Mary Mix

32 oz quality tomato juice
Juice of one lime
1 tablespoon prepared horseradish
1 tablespoon Worcestershire Sauce
2 tablespoons Juice from your dill pickle jar (not sweet pickles!)
2 teaspoons ancho chile powder
1 teaspoon chipotle powder
1 teaspoon honey
3/4 teaspoon celery salt
1/2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper

Combine all ingredients and stir vigorously, or better yet, shake vigorously.


Making the Bloody Mary

2 oz Vodka
BevX Best Bloody Mary Mix (see recipe above)
Ice
Celery & citrus slice for garnish
Salt, celery seed, and black pepper for glass rim

Rim a tall highball glass with salt, celery seed, and black pepper by first wetting the glass with a lime wedge. Fill the glass with ice and then add the Vodka followed by the mix. Add the garnish and enjoy.
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