Bloody Hangry Mary

Knock up a round of these OTT Bloody Marys at your next boozy brunch
Bloody Mary recipe

Brunch deserves a bold accompaniment and the secret ingredient of this Bloody Mary recipe from Hangry is horseradish-infused vodka, which gives the famed hangover cure extra punch

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Serves    1

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For the horseradish vodka

  • Fresh horseradish 1 stick, peeled
  • Vodka 50ml

For the Bloody Mary

  • Tomato juice 200ml
  • Dry sherry 10ml
  • Tabasco 6 dashes (go wild if you like it spicy)
  • Worcestershire sauce 6 dashes
  • Lemon juice 25ml, freshly squeezed
  • Salt and pepper to taste

To garnish

  • Feathered celery optional
  • Pickled gherkin optional
  • Olives optional
  • Bacon fried, optional
  • Lemon a wedge, optional

  1. For the horseradish vodka: add the horseradish to the vodka and leave to infuse for a minimum of 48 hours.
  2. For the Bloody Mary: combine the vodka with the rest of the ingredients in a tall glass with ice. Gently stir until fully combined.
  3. The team at Hangry don’t do things by halves; take your garnish to the next level with feathered celery, pickled gherkin, olives, crisp bacon and a wedge of lemon.

You will need

For the horseradish vodka

  • Fresh horseradish 1 stick, peeled
  • Vodka 50ml

For the Bloody Mary

  • Tomato juice 200ml
  • Dry sherry 10ml
  • Tabasco 6 dashes (go wild if you like it spicy)
  • Worcestershire sauce 6 dashes
  • Lemon juice 25ml, freshly squeezed
  • Salt and pepper to taste

To garnish

  • Feathered celery optional
  • Pickled gherkin optional
  • Olives optional
  • Bacon fried, optional
  • Lemon a wedge, optional

Method

  1. For the horseradish vodka: add the horseradish to the vodka and leave to infuse for a minimum of 48 hours.
  2. For the Bloody Mary: combine the vodka with the rest of the ingredients in a tall glass with ice. Gently stir until fully combined.
  3. The team at Hangry don’t do things by halves; take your garnish to the next level with feathered celery, pickled gherkin, olives, crisp bacon and a wedge of lemon.
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