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Friday 14th January 2000

BLOODY MARY COCKTAIL RECIPE

News
The origin of this ‘hair of the dog’ drink is highly ambiguous with many conflicting claims with the earliest claim dating back to 1921. The name “Bloody Mary” is associated with a number of historical figures — particularly Queen Mary I of England but again there is debate around this too.

History:
The origin of this ‘hair of the dog’ drink is highly ambiguous with many conflicting claims with the earliest claim dating back to 1921. The name “Bloody Mary” is associated with a number of historical figures — particularly Queen Mary I of England but again there is debate around this too.

Ingredients:
4.5 cl (3 parts) Vodka
9 cl (6 parts) Tomato juice
1.5 cl (1 part) Lemon juice
Worcestershire Sauce
Tabasco
Salt and Pepper

Method:
Add dashes of Worcestershire Sauce, Tabasco, salt and pepper into highball glass.
Add icecubes.
Pour vodka, tomato and lemon juice into the glass.
Stir gently.

To Serve:
Garnish with celery stalk and lemon wedge.

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