Here you will find everything you need to know about the legendary and beloved Bloody Mary. How to make them, how to mix them and how to master them. All courtesy of Bloody Mary, herself.
Behold! Bloody Mary’s Book of Bloody Marys! Here lies Mary’s coveted collection of cocktail recipes. Mary consulted her court of bartenders, mixologists, and connoisseurs from around the country to ensure that only the most brilliant Bloodies grace the pages of her book.
The Jucy Lucy! Undeniably one of Minneapolis' most glorious contributions to world cuisine. Hence this beautiful Bloody. With ingredients reminiscent of burger toppings and Jucy Lucy skewers for garnish, this Bloody is the Society-approved choice for both quenching your thirst and satisfying your appetite.View Recipe
This magnificent creation was inspired by Green Bay's favorite foods. An eclectic mix of German beer and apple cider vinegar is paired with beer bratwurst and cheddar cheese skewers, and then completed with a sweet and smoky sugar rim. A brilliantly delicious brunch all in one glass!View Recipe
If you're a Chicago-style hotdog appreciator, then it is advised you try this Windy City inspired Bloody. Add yellow mustard, pickle juice and sweet onion for that distinctive Chi-town flavor. Then garnish with sausage skewers or sport peppers to complete the masterpiece.View Recipe
A lively combination that’s as bold as the city of Manhattan itself. With a glass decorated by a salt mixture reminiscent of an everything bagel, it has big flavor and thus does not require a big garnish. A simple slice of lemon or stuffed olive will most certainly do.View Recipe
A fine combination of two truly adored culinary creations, this cheesesteak inspired Bloody is a masterpiece unlike any other. Add steak sauce and beef broth for authentic Philly flavor, then skewers of beef jerky and peppadew peppers to make it truly unique.View Recipe
This recipe from Society member, John Reusing, is as rich in history as it is in flavor. It is crafted from ingredients that have been enjoyed on the Chesapeake for hundreds of years, including fresh-shucked oysters, Old Bay mix, and Cream of Celery. True Baltimoreans are sure to enjoy.View Recipe
During a visit to Petaluma Hills Brewing Company, Mary met founder, JJ Jay, and learned how to make this beautiful, beer lover's Bloody. This Craft-Beer/Bloody Mary hybrid is made with Porterluma®, a full-bodied brown porter with hints of coffee and chocolate. Such a delightful complement to the savory and spice flavors of V8® juices/beverages!View Recipe
The society consulted food and beverage connoisseur, Miguel Hernandez of Viceroy Miami for this fiery recipe. The unique drink got its name and flavor from Venom Salt, a blend of all-natural sea salt and Trinidad Scorpion Pepper. But be warned! This Mary boasts more than just a bite.View Recipe
The society consulted none other than our friends at OutforBloodies.com for this admirable cocktail. Essentially a meal in a glass, it features copious amounts of your favorite fixings atop what we know you’ll agree is a tasty liquid base. Serve with a beer chaser to experience this Bloody in all its glory.View Recipe
We hear Matthew Quigley, Distiller & Founder of Federal Distilling Room confided this Bloody Brilliant recipe to Mary over Bloodies in a dark bar. The esteemed mix of Stateside Urbancraft Vodka is infused with jalapeño peppers, then combined with classic ingredients and freshly squeezed citrus. Bright taste. Smokin' bite. Just the way Mary likes it.View Recipe
Mary may be the master of Bloodies, but she’s always open to suggestions. Share your best Bloody Mary recipe with the Society and see if it makes Mary’s list.Share your Bloody
It all began as a delicious collaboration between V8 and Bloody Mary herself. And so, one fateful evening (over Bloody Marys, of course) a Society was born with one goal in mind: to bring the gift of brilliant Bloodies to all! Through wisdom and quality that only Mary and V8 could provide, The Bloody Mary Society came to fruition, making the art of Mary mixing more enjoyable than ever before.