Happy Bloody Mary Day with Absolut Vodka

22 December 2023

Bloody Mary
Every New Year's Day, cocktail enthusiasts raise their glasses in celebration of Bloody Mary Day, honoring the iconic drink that has become a brunch staple and a symbol of rejuvenation. Let's delve into the rich history of the Bloody Mary and explore how this vibrant concoction has found its way into glasses around the world.

The origins of the Bloody Mary are shrouded in mystery, with various tales claiming its invention. One popular story attributes the creation to Fernand Petiot, a bartender in Paris during the 1920s, who mixed vodka and tomato juice as a way to jazz up the traditional cocktail. The name "Bloody Mary" itself has folklore connections, possibly linked to Queen Mary I of England or the actress Mary Pickford. Regardless of its history, the Bloody Mary has evolved into a beloved drink known for its bold flavors and customizable nature.
The drink has transcended cultural boundaries and become a brunch favorite across the globe. From trendy urban hotspots to quaint countryside cafes, this cocktail graces tables with its unique combination of tomato tang, savory spices, and a touch of heat. In the United States, it has become synonymous with Sunday brunch, offering a refreshing and flavorful start to the day.
Crafting the perfect Bloody Mary often involves choosing the right vodka, and Absolut, with its clean and crisp profile, stands out as an excellent choice. Here's a recipe to elevate your Bloody Mary experience:


Ingredients:
- 1.5 oz Absolut Vodka
- 3 oz tomato juice
- 0.5 oz fresh lemon juice
- 1 dash Worcestershire sauce
- A pinch of celery salt
- A dash of hot sauce (adjust to taste)
- Garnish: Celery stick, lemon wedge, and olives


Instructions:
1. Fill a shaker with ice and add Absolut Vodka, tomato juice, fresh lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce, celery salt, and hot sauce.
2. Shake well to combine the flavors.
3. Strain the mixture into a glass filled with ice.
4. Garnish with a celery stick, lemon wedge, and olives.

Looking for a Sober Start to the Year?
For those partaking in Dry January, fear not – there's a non-alcoholic alternative that brings both flavor and benefits to the table. Introducing the Virgin Mary, a revitalizing drink that maintains the essence of the Bloody Mary without the alcohol.


Ingredients:
- 2 cups tomato juice
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce (optional)
- A pinch of celery salt
- A dash of hot sauce (adjust to taste)
- Garnish: Celery stick, lemon wedge, and cherry tomatoes


Instructions:
1. In a shaker, combine tomato juice, lemon juice, Worcestershire sauce (if using), celery salt, and hot sauce.
2. Shake well to blend the flavors.
3. Fill a glass with ice and pour the mixture over it.
4. Garnish with a celery stick, lemon wedge, and cherry tomatoes.

Embrace the versatility of the Bloody Mary on this special day, whether with the spirited kick of Absolut or the refreshing allure of a Virgin Mary, ensuring your celebration is brimming with taste and tradition.
 

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