Friday, March 26, 2010

The Big Bad Bloody Mary

A fun, spicy way to celebrate your company's next digital triumph, the Big Bad Bloody Mary is the next step in the evolution of tomato-based libations!

So log off, gather your team, and follow these three simple steps.

Step 1: Find a good glass. A Big Bad Bloody Mary shall never be served in a red plastic cup. We recommend something with a squiggly stem.

Step 2: Grab a shaker and pour a little Creole seasoning on a plate to put around the rim of your glass.

Step 3: The recipe. The Big Bad Bloody Mary relies on a little extra Tabasco, fresh organic tomato juice, Creole seasoning, a garnish of celery and 3 cherry tomatoes. If you have any "Creative Soup" handy, now's the time to crack it open!
  • Now that you're done work for the day, you'll need 2 oz of vodka
  • 2 dashes of black pepper
  • 5 drops of Tabasco sauce
  • Cover the spices with a layer of Worcestershire
  • 1 dash of lemon juice
  • 1 handful of ice
  • 3 oz of thick tomato juice
Shake it up, strain it into your glass, and then garnish your perfect Big Bad Bloody Mary with the reddest, shiniest cherry tomatoes you can find.


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