Premade mixes make the Bloody Mary cocktail easy, breezy to put together but some lack taste appeal.  Pass on the usual quick fix mix and kick ordinary vodka to the curb.  Gin gives a swift kick in the pants to the common Bloody Mary with its built in infusion of botanicals filling the drink with extra flavor ‘oomph.’

The Red Snapper Bloody Mary with Martin Miller's Gin gives the common Bloody Mary a swift kick in the pants. Will your glass rise to the occasion? Red Snapper recipe provided by representatives of Martin Miller's Gin for use on The Intoxicologist siteRed Snapper

1-3/4 ounce Martin Miller’s Gin

5 ounces Tomato Juice

3 Dashes Tabasco

2 Dashes Lea & Perrins

Pinch Celery Salt

Salt & Pepper

Celery Stick or Chili Pepper Garnish

Place ice in highball glass.  Season ice with spices and sauces.  Add gin. Top with tomato juice.  Garnish with chili pepper or celery stick.

Recipe and photo provided by representatives of Martin Miller’s Gin.

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Making the Bloody Mary Snap to Attention
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  • November 20, 2010 at 9:20 am

    It’s very delicious, but, I liked with vodka. What happen if you mix one part of gin & one of vodka? There must be someone in this planet that have already tried.

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