This Bloody Mary recipe offers up a taste twist thanks to Original Moonshine clear corn whiskey. Some of the ingredients are the same as you’d find in a traditional Bloody made with vodka, but subbing in clear corn whiskey can give the classic brunch beverage even more bite.
Not that it’s harsh. In fact, Original Moonshine’s Brad Beckerman, who co-founded the new brand with famed barbecue master and restaurateur Adam Perry Lang, recently gave Food Republic a sampling of several cocktails made with their clear whiskey. It’s not only smooth, but the clear color means the Bloody Shine will have the same deep red color you want in a Bloody Mary.
- 2 ounces Original Moonshine
- 3 ounces tomato juice
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice
- 3 dashes worcestershire sauce
Combine all ingredients in shaker over ice and shake vigorously until cold. Strain into glass. Garnish with lemon, lime & celery.