Smokey Tea Bloody Mary

Oct 24, 2013

If you are looking for a new twist on an old favorite try our Smokey Tea Bloody Mary.  This is the perfect time of year to enjoy a well made Bloody Mary. We hope that you will enjoy our twist on this one!

The Bloody Mary’s origin is unclear. Known as a common “Hair of the dog” drink, erroneously reputed to cure hangovers; however, the alcohol only numbs the discomfort.

The name “Bloody Mary” is associated with a number of historical figures — particularly Queen Mary I of England, who was nicknamed as such in Foxe’s Book of Martyrs for attempting to re-establish the Catholic Church in Britain — and fictional women from folklore. Some drink aficionados believe the inspiration for the name was Hollywood star Mary Pickford. Others trace the name to a waitress named Mary who worked at a Chicago bar called the Bucket of Blood (Source: Wikipedia)

Smoky Tea Bloody Mary

1 tsp. China Lapsang Souchong tea leaves

½ cup vodka

1 ounce shot of smoky vodka

1 tsp horseradish

Tabasco sauce (to taste)

½ tsp worcestershire sauce

Tomato juice

celery salt (to taste)

lemon slice, lime slice, celery stalk, olives – for garnish

Place the tea leaves in a glass jar with the vodka. Heat for 15 seconds in the microwave and then let sit and steep overnight.

Fill a tall glass with ice cubes. Add all the ingredients and stir. Add as many garnishes as you prefer and enjoy!

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