There are some cocktails, which never age and always shine bright on the menus of bars and restaurants around the world. One such evergreen (or ever red) cocktail, which is known for its ultimately spicy flavours and a light kick, is the Bloody Mary.
The origin of this hot and sizzling drink is a bit unclear, but legend says that it got its uncommon name after Queen Mary I of England.As time passed, many variants of this delicious mix have emerged at different bars around the world. From Shanghai to Chicago, from Tokyo to Mumbai, bartenders have been giving this red concoction their very own signature touch.
Tomato Juice and Vodka still continue to remain the base ingredients, but you will surely come across different Bloody Marys boasting a variety of fruits and garnishes. Here are the five hottest Bloody Marys, which willelectrify your tastebuds.
This New York crafted variant of Bloody Mary is somewhat similar to a Martini. It is made by blending New York Vodka, Spiced Tomato Water and Celery Bitters. Poppy and sesame seeds are added to introduce the typical flavours of a Manhattan Bagel into this piquant mix.
This classic Canadian brunch drink is a close cousin of the original Bloody Mary. It is a spicy eye-opener, which will kick-start your mornings with its sizzling flavours. The only ingredient that separates it from the original drink is Clamato Juice. This hot and sour cocktail happens to be the most popular drink in Canada.
The Inside Out Bloody Mary
This is a close cousin of the Martini, served with frozen cubes of Bloody Mary mix. Large measure of White Mischief Vodka makes this drink strong. The melting cubes give a different taste to the drink, every time you sip it.
This drink has been created to emulate the popular Chicago hot-dog. This yummy cocktail is loaded with appetizing ingredients like mustard, relish and pickled pepper. Chi-dog gets it signature spicy taste from cocktail onion and dill pickle.
This Hong Kong drink is a unique mix of black vinegar, hot sauce and roasted caraway seeds. London Dry Gin is used to make this delectable mix. The sharp notes of the Bloody Mary Mix are alleviated with Celery sticks and Tom olives. This makes it a perfect drink to pair up with a light brunch.
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