The name “Bloody Mary” is associated with a number of public figures, one in particular is Queen Mary I of England. When blending a variety of unique combination of spices & flavouring together, we get hold of a ecstatic drink called the “Bloody Mary”. And making a smoothie out of this unique drink is the next level
The Bloody Mary is considered a common “Hair of the dog” drink, reckoned by some to cure hangovers due to its combination of a heavy vegetable base (to settle the stomach), salt (to replenish lost electrolytes) and alcohol (to relieve head and body aches).
The traditional serving is in a tall glass – which can be highball, flared pint or a hurricane glass. Vodka and tomato juice are rather the two critical ingredients, nevertheless, the drink relatively never consists of these two ingredients alone. Among the more customary additions to the juice base are salt or celery salt (either mixed in or as a salted rim). Some or all of these ingredients can come pre-mixed with the tomato juice as a single “Bloody Mary mix” to which the vodka is added.There is a lavish amount of variation available in the drink’s creation including the use of different base spirits like bourbon, rye, tequila and gin. A beer chaser always compliments with a Bloody Mary serve as a tradition in the upper Midwest, majorly in Wisconsin.