The 1934 classic original bloody Mary cocktail recipe was created by Parisian Fernand Petiot and perfected after he traveled to New York and became the bartender at Manhattan's King Cole Bar. This legendary and delicious spicy drink, appealing to Ernest Hemingway and the hangover crowd, is made even better with WaldoStone Farm's Lobster Bloody Cocktail Mix.

 

Serve with the obligatory vegetable garnish (the broccolini is a step up from celery) and a fresh lobster claw, and this American Prohibition era inspired cocktail delivers a modern mixture of a dozen fresh vegetables, citrus juices, house-made Maine lobster broth, and fresh artisan-made horseradish that is good with or without the distilled spirits. 

 

Oh, by the way, this is the perfect drink to serve alongside a dozen naked oysters for breakfast, lunch, or dinner. 

 

cuisine American
difficulty Simple
season Year Round
serves 1

Ingredients

1 ounce vodka 6 ounces WaldoStone Farm Bloody Lobster Cocktail Mix 1 teaspoon freshly squeezed lemon juice 1 broccolini stalk 1 lobster claw, optional Freshly ground black pepper, to taste

Directions

  1. Bring a medium pot of water to a boil. Add 1 tablespoon kosher salt. Drop in the broccolini, blanch for 1 minute, remove and immediately plunge the spear into an ice bath to cool and set the bright green color. Drain and reserve.
  2. Mix the vodka and WaldoStone Bloody Lobster Cocktail mix together in a tall glass. Squeeze in the lemon juice and stir to combine.
  3. Add ice cubes and a grind of black pepper. Garnish with the broccolini spear and a lobster claw and serve immediately.