Bloody Marys

We know the Bloody Mary as the hangover drink, especially for brunch. It deliciously boosts you full of nutrition that'll cure your pounding headache with base ingredients of: lemon juice, tomato juice, Tabasco sauce, Worcestershire sauce, horseradish, salt, pepper, and good ol' hair of the dog that bit you. But that's only half the fun. The other half of this tomato cocktail's appeal are the toppings! Traditional toppings are foods like celery, bacon, and shrimp. But you can get a little wild up in here and add things like sliders, onion rings, pickles, and even the kitchen sink. Add whatever you'd like because this is Tipsy Bartender and we don't judge. Whatever you choose to add on top of your Bloody Mary is your business.    
Wait, don't you guys like to do crazy stuff to classic drinks?
Hell yeah we do, homeboy! This is Tipsy Bartender, so buckle up because we're about to introduce you to some of our favorite recipe twists. We've already gone over the classic recipe, so take a look at our recipe for our Bloody Mary Pickle Jello Shots. These bad boys are as delicious as they are fun to eat. And the pickles give you some extra salt to get your body back in the game. For Canada's take on our Bloody Mary recipe, try out our Caesar. This breakfast game changer is essentially our classic recipe but with clamato juice instead of the traditional tomato. Juicy. Maybe tequila hangover drinks are more your speed. Check out our recipe for our Bloody Maria. This vitamin-packed cocktail is a sexified spin on a Bloody Mary. It combines tomato juice, lemon juice, tequila, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, horseradish sauce, black pepper, tajin, lime, celery, banana peppers, and cherry tomatoes. But if you're feeling guilty about having liquor before noon, we've got your back with a Bloody Beer. Combine a light lager with tomato juice, lime juice, hot sauce, and Worcestershire sauce, and bang, you have a drink that’s bloody brilliant.