Named after Queen Mary I of England, the Bloody Mary is generally accepted as to have been created by Pete Henriot in 1921 at Harry’s Bar New York, Paris.
|Ketel One||45 ml|
|Tomato Juice||120 ml|
|Fresh Lemon Juice||5 ml|
|Salt & Pepper||pinch|
- Build* into a Highball glass over ice
- Stir well
- Serve with celery stick** in the drink
*May also be shaken gently. In this video, Richard Gilliam (Winner, Diageo World Class Singapore 2010) prepares the cocktail using a variation of the rolling technique.
**For a nice touch, rim glass with celery salt.
1.4 standard drinks* per serve.
*One standard drink contains 10grams of alcohol