There’s something to be said about a perfectly made Bloody Mary. Whether you’re in it for the hangover cure, for the spice, or for brunch with friends, this Make-Ahead Bloody Mary recipe is simply perfection.
My husband Paul and I met behind the bar – as in we were both bartenders at the same restaurant when we met – and we both love a good Bloody Mary. After years of tweaking our recipe, adding and removing ingredients, we are finally ready to share this gem: the best Bloody Mary concentrate mix recipe ever! Yes, I am aware that it looks a little nasty. 😛 Don’t knock it till you try it!
A few weeks ago we had friends over for a BBQ and of course we mixed them a beverage. They both agreed that it was the best Bloody Mary they’d ever had. Heck yes it is. 😉
This concentrate may look a little less than appetizing, but if you love a good Bloody Mary you have got to give it a try. My favorite part is that all you need is some tomato juice – and vodka, of course – and you’re ready to enjoy! You could always add more spice if you like them spicy.
Not Yet Bloody Mary Mix – a Spicy Make-Ahead Mix-in
With this Not Yet Bloody Mary Mix you make it in advance as a concentrate, then set it in the fridge to let it marinate. Forget about it until you’re ready for brunch! The longer it sits (we never have any left longer than a week, so I’m going with a one-week expiration date), the more delicious it becomes!
My favorite part about this recipe is that it is ready whenever you are. Make up to a week in advance and enjoy on brunch day! The longer it marinates, the tastier it gets. I hope you love this Make-Ahead Bloody Mary mix recipe!
More recipes to try:
Copycat Wallaby Darned Recipe
Quick & Easy Bierock Casserole Recipe
Simple Sriracha Sauerkraut Dip with Hamburger Recipe
Fried Eggplant with Tomato Onion Salsa Recipe
Quick & Easy Broccoli Cheese Soup Recipe
White Queso, Black Bean and Corn Dip Recipe
Paul’s Summertime Slaw Recipe
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