Just in Time for Brunch: Bloody Marys, 6 Ways

Last Updated October 26, 2017
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Photo: Brent Harrewyn for Edible Green Mountains

Some brunches just aren't complete without a spiked tomato juice topped with pickles, right? We love a classic Bloody Mary, but aren't at all opposed to going all-in on the toppings, either. And we can't talk about Bloody Marys without including the Bloody Caesar -- Canada's version, which features clam juice.

Bloody Mary

Purists and novices should start with this classic Bloody Mary recipe.

Light and Simple Bloody Marys

Light and Simple Bloody Marys
This Bloody Mary recipe makes having a bumper crop of tomatoes a great excuse for an afternoon cocktail. Or morning beverage, or evening. Brunch... snack... midnight thirst....

Extreme Bloody Mary

Extreme bloody mary
What do you get when you add Congaree & Penn Creole Tomato Shrub to your favorite brunch beverage? The ultimate Bloody Mary! This recipe was developed by Bartender Kelley Fitzsimonds of Odd...

Sammy Hagar’s Rum Bloody Mary

Ingredients for Sammy Hagar's Bloody Mary
Hagar says he prefers using 100% cane rum (preferably his own Sammy’s Beach Bar Rum) in his Bloody Marys because it adds a hint of sweetness to the cocktail that provides a great balance between the...

Caesar with Seaweed Vodka “Prawn Cocktail”

The Caesar isn’t just a salad. It’s also Canada’s beloved take on the Bloody Mary. What’s the difference? The Caesar is always made with clam juice.
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