White Spirits Recipe: Bloody Mary
Virgin Bloody Mary Recipe
Named after Mary Tudor of 16th century England, our twist of this timely classic Virgin Bloody Mary Recipe lives up to expectations.
In the world of cocktails, there is a nonalcoholic version that has been around since a long time. It’s called virgin mary because it lacks any alcohol content at all! If you’re a fan of Bloody Mary drinks, but haven’t had a chance to try the virgin variety yet, you’re in for a real treat. This drink is just as flavorful and satisfying as the original, but without any of the alcohol. So if you’re looking for a fun and festive drink to enjoy at your next party, be sure to give Virgin Bloody Mary a try!
Virgin mary may not contain spirits, But don’t let its lack of spirit fool you – this tasty drink packs just as much flavor punch with fresh vegetables and herbs giving way to spicy peppers for spice appeal instead. And if brunch isn’t enough reason alone then consider using them as an easy appetizer when guests come over or drinking through your day off work instead.
- 3 oz Parts Tomato Juice
- 2 oz Part Zurena Tropical
- 2 Dashes of hot Sauce
- 1 Dash of Worcestershire
- Ice cubes
Mix all ingredients together in a lowball and serve.