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Ole Smoky Green Bloody Mary


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Bloody Marys are essential to a boozy brunch, but they don’t have to be typical. Try this unique and smoky recipe to really keep your guests on their toes.

Notes

Recipe courtesy of Distilled NYC.

Ingredients

  • 6 tomatillos
  • 2 yellow heirloom tomatoes
  • 1 dill pickle
  • 3 garlic cloves
  • 1 serrano chili (seeds remove)
  • 1 Ounce moonshine, preferably Ole Smoky Original Moonshine
  • 1 ½ Tablespoon preserved lemon
  • Juice of ½ lime
  • 3 dashes hot sauce, preferably Tabasco
  • ½ Teaspoon each sugar, salt and pepper

Servings1

Calories Per Serving244

Folate equivalent (total)63µg16%

Riboflavin (B2)0.2mg11.1%


Smoky Bloody Mary

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The ultimate hangover cocktail, a good Bloody Mary makes everything better. This smoky version uses barbecue sauce and chipotles in adobo sauce to give it a nice edge. If you’re having a hard time finding chipotles in adobo sauce, be creative and add in a different smoked pepper or look for smoky barbecue sauce.

What to buy: Chipotles are dried, smoked jalapeño peppers. This recipe calls for the canned variety, chipotles in adobo sauce (aka chipotle en adobo), packed in a spicy sauce. Look for them in the Latin section of your supermarket.

This recipe was featured as part of our New Year’s Day Brunch menu. See also our classic Bloody Mary recipe.


Recipe: The Beefiest of Bloody Mary Recipes

Known as “hair of the dog” or the ultimate hangover cure, the Bloody Mary is a brunch staple, representing the perfect marriage of sweet, spicy, and savory. While it may not be the ultimate cure to the morning-after headache, it does make for a tasty cocktail. With many different variations to this beloved elixir we wanted to “beef” up the traditional recipe and offer a few new spins on the brunch classic. The beef jerky garnishes add not only a depth of flavor but also a nice textural element (and a little snack to nibble on). Check out the three recipes below and take your Brunch Game to the next level.

The Classic Bloody Mary

The first recipe features a traditional Bloody Mary garnished with a strip of our Classic Original Big Slab beef jerky. The acidity of the tomato juice and lemon compliments the spiciness of the horseradish and hot sauce. By the time you finish the drink, the slab of beef jerky has been infused with the tomato juice and other spices leaving a delicious treat.

  • 1½ ounces Vodka
  • 2 ounces tomato juice
  • ¾ teaspoon freshly grated horseradish
  • 3 dashes Worcestershire sauce
  • 3 dashes hot sauce
  • 2 dashes salt
  • 1 dash freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 cup ice cubes
  • 1 dash fresh lemon juice

***Garnish with Classic Original Big Slab Beef Jerky, celery, lemon, and your choice of olives.

Green Machine Bloody Mary

Our Green Machine Mary is a unique interpretation on the classic. The crisp flavors of the green juice meld flawlessly with the tequila to make a bright and refreshing drink. The garnish of the Carne Seca Limón Con Chile beef jerky introduces a kick of heat and lemony tartness to round out the flavor.

  • 1½ ounces Tequila Blanco
  • 3 ounces Fresh Green Juice*
  • 1 dash fresh lime juice
  • *Fresh Green Juice
  • (Process through standard juicing machine):
  • 2 green apples, halved
  • 4 celery stalks, leaves removed
  • 1 cucumber
  • 6 kale leaves
  • ½ lemon, peeled
  • 1 (1 inch) piece of fresh ginger
  • ***Garnish with Carne Seca Limón con Chile, fresh cilantro, and lime wedge.

Smoky Bourbon Bloody Mary

Finishing off our medley of marys is our Smoky Bourbon Bloody Mary. This rich and hearty drink packs layers of smoky flavor heightened by the spicy sweetness of the bourbon. What better way to garnish this drink than with a few olives and our thicker, “cowboy-style” Old Fashioned Original beef jerky.


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Moonshine Bloody Mary

Using Moonshine in the place of vodka when you serve up a Bloody Mary is one way to change up a classic recipe. Fortunately, Ole Smoky makes a Bloody Mary mix that you can buy alongside a jar of their moonshine.

To garnish this cocktail, I used some of Tillen Farms‘ pickled vegetables which, like their cherries, is made with cocktails in mind. Here’s the recipe:

Moonshine Bloody Mary

  • build in a glass:
  • 1 1/5 oz of moonshine
  • 4 oz bloody mary mix
  • garnish of choice, preferably pickled, like those shown above, olives, gherkins, or a lemon wedge

Ok time for a heart-to-heart here. As someone born in East Tennessee, I get the fascination with moonshine. As a practical element of a home bar, though, moonshine has yet to earn it’s place beyond novelty. In this cocktail, I found the corn-sweetness of the moonshine actually clashed with the savory Bloody Mary. If you want to stick with the Ole Smoky brand for a Bloody Mary, use White Lightnin’, which is more flavorless than their Moonshine.

Ole Smoky’s Bloody Mary mix is good. It’s nice and thick, it has quality, natural ingredients, but lacks the spiciness of Zing Zang or the thick-deliciousness of Ubon’s. I added some Tabasco to pick up the burn.


Smoky Mary

Step 1: Place the tomato juice, vodka, lemon juice, horseradish, sriracha, Worcestershire sauce, and salt in a glass pitcher and stir well to mix.

Step 2: Cover the top of the pitcher with plastic wrap, leaving one edge open for the rubber tube from the handheld smoker. Insert the tube and fire the Smoking Gun to fill the shaker with smoke as per the manufacturer’s instructions. Quickly remove the hose and seal the top of the shaker with plastic wrap. Let stand for 4 minutes, then uncover and stir in the smoke with a bar spoon. Repeat once or twice more or until the desired degree of smokiness is achieved. (Note: If you don’t own a handheld smoker, simply pour the tomato juice in a shallow nonreactive baking dish and smoke on your smoker or grill, stirring occasionally.)

Step 3: Meanwhile, moisten the rim of 4 highball glasses with cut lemon. Dip in the barbecue rub to coat the rim. Place 4 ice cubes in each glass, taking care not to dislodge the rub. Add the Smoky Mary and stir to mix. Garnish with the beef jerky or celery stick.


Grab some cocktail picks or skewers

The best way to serve the garnishes is using cocktail picks or skewers. (Of course if you’re solo, you can just throw them all in!) Thread all the garnishes onto the picks or skewers: it looks stunning and helps keep the cocktail easy to drink. Here are the bamboo cocktail picks we use.


Bloody Mary

Add ice to a tall glass. Combine all ingredients and stir well. Season with black pepper and celery salt to taste. Serve immediately.

You may also like:

Pickled Bloody Mary
Spicy Bloody Mary Beers
Smoky Bourbon Bloody Mary
Steakhouse Bloody Mary
Original Red Sauce

Our most versatile sauce. Enliven the flavor of any meal.

TABASCO and the DIAMOND and BOTTLE LOGOS are trademarks of McIlhenny Company

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Spice up your business with a splash of TABASCO® Sauce. Visit our Foodservice website to learn more about our solutions in the kitchen, on the table, and behind the bar.

© 2021 McIlhenny Company. All rights reserved.

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Classic Bloody Mary

Combine tomato juice, vodka, Worcestershire sauce, lime juice, and TABASCO ® Sauce in a 2-quart pitcher stir well. Serve over ice. Garnish with lime or celery.

You may also like:

Pickled Bloody Mary
Bloody Mary
Spicy Bloody Mary Beers
Smoky Bourbon Bloody Mary
Original Red Sauce

Our most versatile sauce. Enliven the flavor of any meal.

TABASCO and the DIAMOND and BOTTLE LOGOS are trademarks of McIlhenny Company

Looking to Buy Wholesale?

Spice up your business with a splash of TABASCO® Sauce. Visit our Foodservice website to learn more about our solutions in the kitchen, on the table, and behind the bar.

© 2021 McIlhenny Company. All rights reserved.

Your Kitchen Just Got Spicier!

Thanks for sharing! Let us know what you think by rating this recipe and be sure to check back for new ones!


Ole Smoky Green Bloody Mary - Recipes

The Tasting:
The Fifty Best held a &ldquoblind&rdquo tasting of 36 Bloody Mary mixes with ten members of our spirits judging panel. The order of service was established beforehand by lottery. Strict tasting rules were applied. The well-chilled Bloody Mary mixes were poured into fresh glasses from new sealed bottles and served to the judges. The judges were provided with ice cubes and unflavored vodka to add to each sample during the tasting. Ice water, unflavored unsalted crackers and chips were available to cleanse the palate.

The judges wrote down their impressions of each product on score sheets. The scoring was done on a 5-point system, with 5 as the highest. Double-Gold, Gold, Silver and Bronze medals were awarded according to a set range of final point scores received from the judges. The tasting notes that follow are summaries of the judges&rsquo opinions, with all replicated commentary eliminated. The states of origin are identified for each brand. Clicking on the brands' names will link to their websites.

DOUBLE GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

Nose: Tomatillo, smoked green tomato salsa, salsa verde, cilantro, chipotle, peppers, lemon, burnt sugar, dark chocolate, sweet brine, BBQ pit, BBQ, wood, hickory, mesquite chips, charcoal, super smoky.
Palate: Green tomatoes, salsa verde, green peppers, red pimentos, sweet pepper, chipotle, fresh green peas, lemon, garlic, spicy, earth, charred, smoky, balanced, flavorful, bold, unique.
Finish: Sweet peppers, cubanelle pepper, lemon, herbs, white pepper, intense blast of black pepper & jalapeño, bold spice, lingering spice, smoky, wonderfully balanced, super bright, perfect mixer for mezcal, flavorful.

Double Gold Medal

Nose: Ripe garden tomatoes, strong stewed tomatoes, fresh herbs, celery, celery salt, garlic, briny, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, chili, pepper, mesquite, beef jerky, classic.
Palate: Fresh tomato, bell pepper, sweet pepper, celery sticks, citrus, black pepper, peppery, spicy, fresh horseradish, Worcestershire, hint of hickory, nice saltiness, smooth, bright, complex, classic, great, lovely.
Finish: Tomato, long lime finish, black pepper, cayenne pepper, nice heat, tangy, zesty, original, perfect, delicious.

Double Gold Medal

Nose: Roasted red peppers, red peppers, green peppers, celery, celery seed, onion, garlic, roasted garlic, lemon, citrus, briny, barbequed beans, chilis, jalapeño, Tabasco.
Palate: Tomato, roasted pepper, hot peppers, red peppers, onion, garlic, celery, pureed celery, dill seed, lemon, citrus, black pepper, cayenne, chili powder, spicy, smoky, well balanced, nice balance of flavors.
Finish: Jalapeño pepper, pepperoncini peppers, chipotle, black pepper, pickle, tangy, smoky, long spice, balanced, pleasant, great heat, nice kick.

Double Gold Medal

Nose: Fresh tomato, radish, cocktail sauce, lemon, sweet pickles, horseradish, tabasco, sage, briny, clams, clam juice, seafood, sea air.
Palate: Juicy tomato, cocktail sauce, big horseradish, clam juice, lemon, fresh lemon, citrus, garlic, pepper, sweet pickles, nicely sweet, balanced.
Finish: Stewed tomatoes, marinara sauce, celery sticks, faint horseradish, clams on the half shell, light white pepper, bold spice, chunky, perfect.

Double Gold Medal

Nose: Tomato, tomato juice, celery, sage, lemon, shrimp cocktail, shrimp, clams, fresh horseradish, pickles, roasted pepper, black pepper, shishito, BBQ.
Palate: Cocktail sauce, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, carrots, peppers, olives, lemon, strong citrus, clams on the half shell, smoke, woody, chunky, nice spice, nice bite.
Finish: Tomato sauce, cocktail sauce, fresh horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, hints of caraway, light sage, white pepper, black pepper, seafood, subtle smoke, balanced, delicious.

Double Gold Medal

GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

Nose: Slow roasted tomato, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, cucumber, green olive, lemon, celery salt, paprika, spice, pepper, black pepper, cayenne, jalapeño, brine, pickle juice.
Palate: Onions, celery, horseradish, lemon, Worcestershire sauce, oregano, pepper, black pepper, cayenne pepper, jalapeño, pickles, good spice, chunky, hearty.
Finish: Roasted pepper, onions, carrots, vegetal, horseradish, black pepper, spicy, beautiful spice, smoky, nice heat.

Gold Medal

Nose: Brown sugar, molasses, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, fresh cracked pepper, black pepper, vinegar, briny, caraway, Indian spices, gochujang, Korean BBQ sauce, sweet BBQ, smoky barbeque sauce, smoke.
Palate: Sundried tomato, pizza sauce, Worcestershire sauce, fresh lemon, citrus, celery sticks, celery salt, oregano, white pepper, black pepper, lots of pepper, cayenne, chili, smoke.
Finish: Celery, green peppers, vegetal, kaffir leaves, faint horseradish, light spice, black peppery, earth, balanced, smooth, rich.

Gold Medal

Nose: Fresh green onion, anise, licorice, fresh grass, lemon, grilled jalapeño, habanero, chipotle pepper, curry, smoked paprika, dry rub, mesquite wood, anchovies, Worcestershire sauce.
Palate: Anisette, anise, fennel, caraway, fresh Provence herbs, celery, celery salt, paprika, garlic, roasted red pepper paste, sweet peppers, charred jalapeño, black pepper, Worcestershire sauce, honey, lemon, pleasant citrus, sweet vinegar, brine, smoked meats.
Finish: Grilled tomatoes, lingering roasted red pepper, mild green peppers, chipotle peppers, green & black olives, onion, dill, herbal, lemon, lime, well rounded, rich.

Gold Medal

Nose: Tomato, sweet BBQ sauce, celery, olives, dill pickles, sweet gherkins, pepper, red pepper, paprika, mustard, fish sauce, clam juice, tangy.
Palate: Tangy tomato, grilled tomatoes, tamarind, bayberry, mint, lime, onion, garlic, horseradish, mild chili, hot sauce, spicy dill pickles, hint of pepper, red pepper, tart, bright.
Finish: Onion, green pepper, dill, pickles, green jalapeño, cayenne, spice, Worcestershire sauce, brine, tangy.

Gold Medal

Nose: Fresh plum tomatoes, bright tomato, roasted peppers, fresh green peppers, carrots, celery, onion, citrus, spice, black pepper, habanero, mesquite, smoky, BBQ sauce.
Palate: Sweet plum tomatoes, onions, green peppers, lime, horseradish, pickles, olives, citrus, garlic, tarragon, black pepper, hot pepper, habanero, charred hot peppers, chili, well blended, bold.
Finish: Smoked spice tomatoes, oregano, white pepper, mild ground pepper, black pepper, chipotle pepper, cayenne, spicy, nicely balanced, zingy, rich.

Gold Medal

Nose: Stewed tomatoes, fresh celery, fresh green pepper, lemon, garlic, beef bouillon, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, pickle juice, briny, cayenne, black pepper, big, bold.
Palate: Fresh tomato, stewed tomatoes, lemon, carrots, vegetal, fresh celery, pureed celery sticks, celery salt, beef bouillon, mild Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, slight black pepper, balanced, nice, fresh.
Finish: Garden salad, celery, lemon, pickles, beef bouillon, lightly spiced, balanced kick, flavorful.

Gold Medal

Nose: Garden veggies, dill, toasted onions, roasted pepper, habanero pepper, lemon rind, horseradish, caraway, coriander.
Palate: Fresh green onions, garlic, sweet pepper, roasted peppers, celery, celery salt, dill, lime, citrus, sweet spices, caraway, chili, honey, smoke, nicely blended flavors, balanced heat, savory.
Finish: Horseradish, garlic, honey, hints of smoke, rich, flavorful, will make a great drink.

Gold Medal

Nose: Fresh celery, celery salt, dill, green pepper, onion, garlic, pepper, horseradish, Worcestershire, pickles, pickle brine, lemon, wet stone.
Palate: Nice tomato flavor, very celery, balanced celery salt, veggies, salad, onion, garlic, olives, green olives, oregano, great spice, balanced spice, blended nicely, thick, chunky.
Finish: Fresh garden, bright celery, simple celery, green olives, vegetal, celery salt, oregano, black pepper, spice, soft horseradish, lots of texture, classic, tastes like from scratch.

Gold Medal

Nose: Tomato, tart tomato, sweet BBQ sauce, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, hot sauce, horseradish, citrus, celery, celery salt, dill, garlic, pickles, brine, pepper, chili powder, mesquite, smoky, Southwestern.
Palate: Caramel, cocoa, Christmas cookies, lemon butter, cotton candy, Juicy Fruit gum, cherry, plum, apricot, banana, sweet grain, almond, blue cheese, licorice, green tea, mint, cinnamon, fenugreek, coriander seeds, spicy, oaky, smooth, rich.
Finish: BBQ, pickles, sweet pickles, garlic, caraway, jalapeño, long black pepper, smoky, perfectly balanced.

Gold Medal

Nose: Fresh summer tomatoes, cherry tomato, BBQ sauce, Tabasco sauce, apple cider vinegar, briny, oregano, spicy, smoky.
Palate: Sweet tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, fresh celery, carrots, onion, garlic, lemon, oregano, pepper, black pepper, good balance of citrus, savory.
Finish: Ripe tomato, roasted vegetables, celery, mint, sweet chili, mild jalapeño, BBQ, black pepper, lingering spice, slight heat, nice, easy drinker.

Gold Medal

Nose: Caraway seeds, oregano, Worcestershire sauce, citrus, slight hickory pepper, pepper bomb, smoked chilis, BBQ sauce, mossy, earth, woodsy, smoky, hickory.
Palate: Pickles, dill pickles, olive juice, briny, lemon, horseradish, cloves, roasted pepper, black pepper, very peppery, sweet undertones, beefy, BBQ pit.
Finish: Tomato, pickle juice, garlic, lemony, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper, spicy, excellent spice, smoky, flavorful.

Gold Medal

Nose: Ripe tomatoes, peppers, grilled peppers, onion, garlic, dill, caraway, paprika, sweet barbeque sauce, brown sugar, Worcestershire sauce, smoky.
Palate: Fresh pepper, smoked peppers, very celery, onion, garlic, lemon, chunky horseradish, paprika, spice, black pepper, red pepper flakes, chili, chipotle, smoky.
Finish: Tomato, green pepper, onion, garlic, citrus, pickles, oregano, black pepper, jalapeño, smoky, woody.

Gold Medal

Nose: Jalapeño, habanero pepper, red pepper flakes, fresh ground black pepper, onion, garlic, dill seed, coriander, Worcestershire sauce, tamarind, citrus, vinegar, hickory, fish sauce, beef bouillon.
Palate: Very celery, onion, garlic, dill, citrus, horseradish, black pepper, cayenne, chili powder, vinegar, brine, fishy, smoky, sweet beef bouillon.
Finish: Onion, ground green pepper, black olives, dill, lemon, coriander, cayenne, Tabasco, Montreal Steak Seasoning, well balanced, silky, smooth.

Gold Medal

Nose: Tomato, stewed tomato, smoked tomato, pickled veggies, charred peppers, dill, garlic, lemon, citrus, vinegar, Tabasco, pepper, spicy, brine, mild smoke, cut hay.
Palate: Fresh tomato, red pepper, sweet pepper, charred cubanelle peppers, onion, garlic, celery, dill, lemon/lime, citrus, oregano, pepper, black pepper, Tabasco, chili, chili powder, spice, nicely sweet, nicely balanced.
Finish: Fresh veggies, celery, garlic, red peppers, mild basil, lemon, caraway, paprika, black pepper, flowery, flavorful.

Gold Medal

Nose: Summer vegetables, carrots, celery, green pepper, pepper, horseradish, ripe horseradish, lemon, citrus, shucked clams, clams on the half shell, complex, fresh.
Palate: Dried tomato, shrimp cocktail sauce, garlic, powdered garlic & onion, pepper, light Worcestershire, great spice, nice balance, very well balanced, for seaside drinking, clean, fresh.
Finish: Tomato, vegetal, lemony, celery, easy to drink, breakfast of champions, a perfect Bloody Mary.

Gold Medal

Nose: Tomato sauce, corn on the cob, garlic, dill, lemon, lime, grassy, paprika, chili, pickled jalapeño, pickle juice, brine, complex.
Palate: Roasted pepper, cocktail sauce, honey, mild onion, celery, celery salt, lemon, citrus, light horseradish, pepper, black pepper, spice, chili powder, jalapeño, pickled jalapeno, pickles, briny, nice heat.
Finish: Sweet peppers, onion, pickles, lemon horseradish, black pepper, lingering spice, nice tang, smooth, balanced.

Gold Medal

SILVER MEDAL WINNERS

Nose: Smoked green pepper, green olives, citrus, horseradish, pickle spices, heavy paprika, spicy steak seasoning, great spice, chipotle peppers, jalapeño, smoky, chunky, big, bold.
Palate: Caramel, creamy, vanilla, honeycomb, dried candied pineapple, cherry, red apple, green apple, peppered raisins, caraway seeds, rye, grain, nutmeg, clove, cinnamon, spicy, peppery.
Finish: Horseradish, very lemony, citrus peel, cayenne, black pepper, very spicy, salty, concentrated, savory, very tangy, bold, zesty.

Silver Medal

Nose: Horseradish, Tabasco, lots of garlic, celery, lemon, shrimp cocktail, clams, loamy.
Palate: Fresh tomato, roasted red pepper, celery, onions, garlic, white pepper, cocktail sauce, horseradish, lemony, lemon/lime, clam juice, well balanced, fresh.
Finish: Onion, garlic, celery, citrus peel, peppery, nice spice, spices, chunky, balanced.

Silver Medal

Nose: Roasted peppers, sweet chopped onions, pickled onions, garlic, celery, carrot, chipotle, apple cider vinegar, barbecue sauce, North Carolina BBQ ribs, meaty, burnt oak, smoky.
Palate: Tomato, smoked tomato, carrot, celery, onion, garlic, horseradish, mild lime, citrus, ginger, chipotle, pepper, black pepper, bacon, smoky, thick consistency.
Finish: Onion, pickles, pepper, black pepper, cayenne, bacon, smoky, tangy.

Silver Medal

Nose: Fresh tomatoes, Ray&rsquos BBQ rib sauce, tamarind, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, hot sauce, citrus, very bright basil, dill, pickles, olive juice, mustard, black pepper, smoke.
Palate: Tomato skin, roasted red pepper, Montreal Steak Seasoning, garlic, celery sticks, leafy vegetables, basil, oregano, celery salt, black pepper, cayenne, jalapeño, fresh chili, nice balance of citrus, fresh.
Finish: Vegetables, V8, lemon, brine, spicy, big spice, black pepper, smoky.

Silver Medal

Nose: Mixed vegetables, pickles, dill pickles, celery, carrots, cucumber, V-8 juice, green olives, fresh herbs, mint, lemon juice, briny, pimento, black pepper, spices.
Palate: Tomato, dill pickles, carrot, celery sticks, fresh veggies, dill, garlic, horseradish, lemon, mint, cayenne, pepper, black pepper, beefy.
Finish: Pickles, zingy pickle, lemon, mint, celery, garlic powder, Worcestershire sauce, chicory, good spice, lingering spice, nice tangyness, love it.

Silver Medal

Nose: Tomato, gazpacho, stewed tomatoes, marinara sauce, tomato puree, Pizza Combos, pizza seasoning, oregano, bright basil, olives, jalapeño, brine, bacon, BBQ potato chips, smoky.
Palate: Fresh tomato, whole San Marzano tomatoes, sweet ripe red pepper, sweet pepper, sweet gherkins, caraway, oregano, garlic, horseradish, mild citrus, light tang, nice tomato flavor, chunky, savory.
Finish: Fresh tomatoes, stewed tomatoes, fresh vegetables, carrot, sweet peppers, pickles, sweet pickles, basil, peppery, chunky.

Silver Medal

Nose: Bright tomato, celery, onion, garlic, lemon, citrus, fresh herbs, horseradish, steak seasoning, smoked paprika, cayenne, hot sauce, apple cider vinegar, hickory, intense smoke, tangy.
Palate: Tomatoes, charred tomato, roasted green pepper, celery, celery seeds, garlic, lemons, citrus, horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, intense paprika, black pepper, jalapeño, chili peppers, chili powder, chipotle pepper, chunky.
Finish: Green tomato, smoked tomato, sweet onion, basil, citrus peel, white pepper, spicy, wet stone, smoky.

Silver Medal

Nose: Onion, garlic, celery, horseradish, lemon/lime, coriander, Montreal Steak seasoning, interesting spice blend, cracked pepper, jalapeño, Worcestershire sauce, beef bouillon, brine, smoky, oaky.
Palate: Light horseradish, garlic, onion powder, dill, coriander, oregano, black pepper, lemon, green tamales, seafood, oaky, chunky, tangy.
Finish: Bright tomato, onion, garlic, celery, oregano, bright lemon, briny, mild Worcestershire, Montreal Steak seasoning, grilled steak, nice, tart, tangy.

Silver Medal

Nose: Barbecue sauce, molasses, garlic, smoky lemon, habanero, chipotle, hickory, BBQ pit, camp fire, smoky, smoked meats, bacon.
Palate: Roasted tomato, red peppers, BBQ sauce, garlic, celery salt, horseradish, oyster, balanced brine, chipotle, spice, grilled steak, smoked ribs, meaty, barbecue, smoky, very well balanced.
Finish: Barbecue sauce, roasted red peppers, charred peppers, mild onion, garlic, mild jalapeño, cayenne, BBQ pit, smoky, chunky, great.

Silver Medal

Nose: Tomato, cocktail sauce, horseradish, ketchup, bay shrimp, clam juice, brine, pickle juice, lemon, green pepper, celery, celery salt, paprika, pepper, cayenne, chili.
Palate: Heavy tomato, sweet tomato, lemon, citrus, highly herbal, caraway, celery salt, horseradish, mild paprika, pepper, black pepper, red pepper flakes, Tabasco, spice forward, well balanced, thick, hearty, savory.
Finish: Sundried tomato, pizza sauce, peppers, green peppers, pickles, bread & butter pickles, eucalyptus, oregano, black pepper, spicy, Tabasco, very thick.

Silver Medal

BRONZE MEDAL WINNERS

Nose: Tomato puree, tomato paste, grilled cucumber, celery, peppers, lemon rind, saffron, bay leaves, caraway, paprika, chili, black pepper, horseradish, brine, beef broth.
Palate: Sweet cherry tomatoes, ketchup, sweet peppers, green pepper, celery, onion, lemon, beef stew, cumin, paprika, spicy, mild jalapeño, buttery, smoky.
Finish: Fresh veggies, celery sticks, citrus, onion, hints of caraway, natural flavors, smoky, smooth.

Bronze Medal

Nose: Roasted tomatoes, summer vegetables, celery, fresh cracked pepper, black pepper, chili pepper, super salt, bread & butter pickles, brown sugar, BBQ sweetness, hickory, earth.
Palate: Dried tomatoes, light tomato, celery, carrots, onions, caraway, peppers, horseradish, celery salt, dried chili, cayenne pepper, black pepper, great spice, thick BBQ, smooth, rich.
Finish: Celery stack, lemony, black pepper, cayenne pepper, peppery, spicy, smoky, velvety, smooth.

Bronze Medal

Nose: North Carolina BBQ sauce, Worcestershire sauce, onion, garlic, red pepper flakes, chipotle, bold spice, apple cider vinegar, BBQ, hickory, smoky, intense smoke, smoke bomb.
Palate: Red bell pepper, fresh green peppers, Coca Cola, orange, lime, citrus, brine, vinegar, barbeque sauce, sweet honey, maple syrup, smoked candy, smoky, sweet, spicy, savory.
Finish: Chocolate, maple syrup, lemon rind, caraway, smoky, BBQ ribs, sweet, tangy, balanced sweet & spicy.

Bronze Medal

Nose: Beef bouillon, brown sauce, brown sugar, roasted peppers, cucumber, herbs, garlic, onion powder, mustard seed, hints of black pepper, peppery, cayenne, A1 sauce, Montreal steak seasoning, mesquite, cedar, woody.
Palate: Tomato, beef bouillon cube, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper, pepper, green olive, dried leaves, T-bone steak, grilled meat, strong smoke, light heat, slightly tart, tangy.
Finish: Grilled tomatoes, lemon, celery, olives, onions, garlic, oregano, long sage, Montreal steak seasoning, sweet & sour, very tangy.

Bronze Medal

Nose: Tomato, green tomato, citrus, celery, celery salt, mild fresh green herbs, pickled okra, pickles, hints of brine, beef bouillon cubes, red bell pepper, red pepper flakes, bleu cheese.
Palate: Pureed tomatoes, green olives, pureed celery, celery salt, onion powder, red bell pepper, pepper, sharp black pepper, jalapeño, hot sauce, savory.
Finish: Whole tomatoes, fresh lemon, bright horseradish, peppers, white pepper, jalapeño, Tabasco sauce, spicy.

Bronze Medal

A round 1920, émigrés escaping the Russian Revolution began arriving in Paris, bringing with them vodka and caviar. While working at Harry&rsquos New York Bar in Paris, Fernand Petiot began experimenting with the new spirit, and eventually created a mix of Russian vodka with American canned tomato juice cocktail. A new cocktail was born.

In 1934, Petiot headed up the King Cole Bar of the St. Regis Hotel in New York, where he tweaked the drink and reintroduced it as the Red Snapper. The recipe included vodka, tomato juice, salt and black pepper, Worcestershire sauce, cayenne pepper and lemon juice. Supposedly, Petiot had wanted to call the drink the Bloody Mary, but the hotel&rsquos owner, Vincent Astor objected, deeming it too risque for this upscale clientele. (Astor was also married to a woman named Mary). Astor&rsquos face is that of King Cole in the mural over the bar.

Just when other bars around town began calling it the "Bloody Mary" is vague. Many rumors of the moniker&rsquos creator abound, including Georgie Jessel, Ernest Hemingway, but none can be proven. In any case, recipes under the name Bloody Mary date in print at least to 1946. Trader Vic listed a Bloody Mary in his &ldquoBartender&rsquos Guide&rdquo published in 1947. The Bloody Mary proliferated in the 1950&rsquos, with many documentations in books and magazines.

Besides with vodka, there are different variations of Bloodys: The Bloody Joseph with Scotch whisky, the Bloody Maria with tequila, the Bloody Maru with sake and others. The Red Snapper eventually became known as a Bloody with gin.

A Bloody Mary tastes better when the tomato juice retains some viscosity, so stirring is recommended over shaking. The original recipe remains essential to this day, frequently served at bars and restaurant brunches stuffed with every sort of edible you can imagine. The great thing about Bloody Mary is that she keeps reinventing herself. We have come a long way from the first popular bottled Bloody Mary cocktail mix, "Mr and Mrs T", since its introduction in 1960.

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