Bloody Mary

blody mary
Bloody Mary
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The origin of this drink is English. It's an exquisite cocktail to take at the time of the aperitif. You're terrific!
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prep time
5 min
total time
5 min
prep time
5 min
total time
5 min
  • - 1 glass and 1/2 half of tomato juice.
  • - 1/2 glass of squeezed lemon.
  • - 1 vodka Cup.
  • - Salt, to taste.
  • - A few drops Worcester sauce.
  • - Freshly ground black pepper, to taste.
  • - 4 cubes of ice.
  1. In a tumbler mixer introduces ice.
  2. Add the lemon juice, the Worcester sauce, tomato juice and vodka.
  3. Stir well and place it in a glass with a little salt and pepper.
  • - It is served in a glass of whiskey ("on the rock").
  • - Before you begin to prepare the cocktail should be the mouth of the glass with coarse salt wet in lemon and put in the refrigerator Frost.
  • - The order of adding ingredients to the cocktail is essential when making the Bloody Mary.
  • - If you want, It is very nice to garnish the glass with a slice of lemon.
  • - You can substitute black pepper, If you prefer, by cayenne pepper.
  • - You have to serve it very cold.
  • - You can substitute lemon juice for lime juice, to decorate, the lemon slice by slice of lime, and for the frosty salt wet in lemon salt wet in lima; i.e. you can do everything with lemon or everything with lime.
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