Want to know how to make the perfect Bloody Mary? Use this vegetable-infused vodka for bloody mary recipe. This recipe is made with an assortment of flavorful vegetables and herbs that will make your next Bloody Mary the best one ever!
Are you serious about your Bloody Mary?
Do you like a really, really good one? This vegetable-infused vodka for bloody mary recipe is made with a variety of flavorful fresh vegetables and herbs. Mix it in with your favorite Bloody Mary Mix and you have THE BEST BLOODY MARY EVER!!!
How to Make The Best Vegetable Infused Vodka for Bloody Mary Recipe
I have to get one at every restaurant I go to. The spicier the better. Besides beer and cheese, Wisconsin is known for Old-Fashioned Cocktails and Bloody Marys. It gets really cold there and the best way to warm up is drinking a little alcohol……
When I went to visit my family in Wisconsin we ate at this great little restaurant called Mahoneys in Oshkosh.
They had one of the most amazing Bloody Marys I ever had. What made it so good was their infused vodka. They had this huge glass jar on their bar filled with vodka and vegetables. They poured that infused vodka into their Bloody Marys and BOY WERE THEY GOOD!
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I knew I had to go home and recreate it for myself.
And so I did… WINNER!!! This vegetable-infused vodka for bloody mary is AMAZING! And so easy to do. Another little treat I found that rocks my Bloody Mary World is the Demitri’s Bacon RimShot, Spiced Rim Salt, 4 Ounce Tin. OH,MY GOSH!!!
This stuff is seasoned with all kinds of tasty salt seasonings mixed in with a real bacon taste. I mean who doesn’t love bacon? And yes the bacon and Bloody Mary combination is WICKED GOOD!
They have a Demitri’s – Bloody Mary Seasoning Mix & Bacon RimShot, Spiced Rim Salt that I am ordering to try. I love a good seasoning mix and this one looks pretty darn good!!! It is rolling into the weekend! A girl has to be prepared. I will order a couple extras also for gifts. They make the perfect hostess gift.
This recipe takes about 3 days to make, so get to prepping. Keep the infused vodka in the fridge after you make it and it should last as long as pickles would in the refrigerator (Almost forever).
Next, have fun with your toppings and garnishes. When it is just me, I just add in lemon, olives, and pickles. But when I have friends over, we get a bit creative and crazy. We add in garnishes like mini biscuits with fried chicken nuggets, boiled peanuts (A Southern Specialty), Cajun shrimp, and oysters… Hmmm…. a Bloody Mary Bar makes another great story…. To Be Continued… xoxo! Cheers.
- 1 sliced tomato
- ¼ sliced onion
- 2 celery stalks, chopped
- ¼ cup baby carrots carrots, or 2 chopped carrots
- ½ cucumber, sliced
- 1 sliced lemon
- 3 to 4 sprigs of dill (or more if you like a strong dill flavor)
- 2 garlic cloves
- 750 ML Vodka
- In large container, combine all ingredients.
- Refrigerate 3 days. If you want to make it spicy, on the last 2 hours, add a sliced jalapeño. (You don't want to add it too long because it will become too hot very quickly.)
- Remove all the vegetables and strain clean.
- Mix with your favorite bloody mary mix or store in refrigerator until ready to use.
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