Although its origin is not exactly known, it is said that this vodka cocktail arose from a mixture made by an American bartender in Paris in 1920, where he mixed tomato juice and vodka. Years later in New York, other bartenders added pepper, lemon, Perrins sauce, and Tabasco. Its name is due to Queen Mary I who was known for her attempt to restore Catholicism in England and burned more than 300 members of the Anglican church to the stake, thus earning the nickname "Bloody Mary". Obviously it is the red color of this drink that evokes blood. It has a bitter, spicy and grassy taste.
– 45 ml of GABRI VODKA
– 90 ml of tomato juice
– 3 drops of Worcestershire sauce
– 3 drops of Tabasco sauce
– 15ml lemon juice
- Salt to taste
- Black pepper
– Add 45 ml of GABRÍ VODKA, 90 ml of tomato juice, 15 ml of lemon juice, 2-3 dashes of Worcestershire sauce (English sauce), 2-3 drops of Tabasco, salt, ground black pepper and ice cubes.
– Then stir with the mixing spoon so that it cools without melting the ice and, finally, serve it in a highball glass garnished with a slice of lemon and another of celery.