Bloody Mary Cocktail:  A Red Divine Glass

If you search "hangover cure" on the internet, you'll discover that it's not a good idea to continue drinking after a long night of drinking in order to get over a hangover. A drunken breakfast, though, can undoubtedly and momentarily bring about some respite. Who doesn't enjoy a drunken brunch, too? There is no better option than a Bloody Mary. One of the most well-known drinks in the world, the Bloody Mary is renowned for its ability to perk up even the most sleepy of mornings. Although its origins are unknown, the most plausible history involves Fernand "Pete" Petiot, a bartender at King Cole Bar at the St. Regis hotel in New York City, around the middle of the 1930s. 

Vodka, tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, black pepper, celery salt, Tabasco, and lemon juice are thought to have been the original Bloody Mary's seven original ingredients. However, it has given rise to a number of variations, like many great beverages. The Bloody Mary, which uses tequila, the Red Snapper, which contains gin, and the Caesar, a Canadian invention that uses Clamato juice, are all popular variations. When you include the recipes created by bars, bartenders, and enthusiasts, the tomato-based drink has innumerable inventive variations, from a hefty hot sauce added to a sprinkling of Guinness on top.

More lately, the Bloody Mary has sparked a contest for the most outrageous garnishes, with bars and restaurants topping their drinks with bacon, shrimp skewers, lobster tails, and small cheeseburgers, transforming the drink into its own brunch. When in doubt, it's better to start with the traditional recipe and modify it to your preferences, whether they involve reducing the number of ingredients, adding a pepperoni pizza, or using your preferred bottled mix.

No matter how you choose to prepare it or the countless variants, the Bloody Mary will always be popular. One of the only drinks that are socially acceptable to drink first thing in the morning, it's a liquor-soaked healthy breakfast and hangover cure all in one crimson package. What more could you possibly want?


  • 1/4 -cup ice cubes
  • 60ml vodka
  • 120 ml tomato juice 
  • 6 drops of Tabasco sauce (or more to make it slightly spicy)
  • 2 to 3 drops of Worcestershire sauce
  • Small pinch of salt
  • celery 
  • Freshly crushed pepper
  • Juice of 1 lemon

Preparation- 15 Minutes

Serving- 2

Method of Preparation

  • Take a quarter cup, add 1/4  ice cubes
  • Now, pour 60 ml of vodka into the cup
  • Add, 120 ml of tomato juice
  • Then, add some drops of tabasco sauce, Worcestershire sauce, celery salt, pepper, and fresh lemon juice and, tight the lid
  • Now, shake it briskly before serving

To Garnish 

  • Now, take a glass, rub a small slice of lemon around the rim of a glass, and pour the margarita into the salt-rimmed glass.
  • Add more fresh ice to the glass, a celery leaf, and a lemon slice before taking a sip