Sure, there will be eggnog and Champagne on New Year’s Eve. But what about that sexy signature cocktail?
There’s still time for you to buy—or make—a bottle of bacon vodka and treat everyone to Bacon Bloody Marys. And we actually have two different recipes!
The first, which is a bit tricky (lettuce foam, for example), is a molecular gastronomy take on a B.L.T. Bloody Mary from the Hotel Jerome in Aspen.
Different distillers make a bacon vodka. The one we’ve tried is Bakon Vodka, made in the U.S. from Pacific Northwest potatoes (photo #2).
As a potato vodka, it’s gluten free It has real bacon flavor, clean and crisp. You can drink it neat, because there’s no bad burn.
Either bottled or homemade, your Bacon Bloody Mary will be a blast!
Check out the history of the Bloody Mary.
ONE OF OUR FAVORITE WAYS TO SERVE BLOODY MARYS: A BLOODY MARY BAR.
It’s a great idea for January 1st, National Bloody Mary Day; for Sunday game time, or for cookouts: Bloody Marys may be the best cocktail with grilled foods.
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