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A Delicious Bloody Mary Recipe Perfect for Warm Weather

Spring is in full swing in Liberty County! Warm mornings are followed by cool nights, which means it’s the perfect weather for a night spent on the back porch with friends! Nothing goes better with a brunch or relaxing on your back porch than a delicious beverage. Check out this super yummy take on a Bloody Mary that our friend Bianca Croft put together. We love this recipe since we can find a lot of the ingredients locally at places like the Hinesville Downtown Farmers Market or the Fleming Shortcut Fruit Stand!

Ingredient list:

Bloody Mary Recipe

Photo by Bianca Croft

  • 1 tablespoon Old Bay Seasoning
  • 1 lime sliced into wedges
  • 4 ounces Vodka
  • 2 ounces of Clam Juice
  • 6 ounces Bloody Mary mix

Step one: Prepare Your Glass

Start with a 12-ounce glass (high ball) and rub a lime wedge around the rim. Spread your Old Bay seasoning onto a plate, and dip the rim of your glass into the seasoning. Be sure to get it evenly coated!

Step two: Shake It Up!

In a shaker combine vodka, clam juice, and Bloody Mary mix and give it a good shake.

Step three: Pour

Add ice to your glass and pour your now mixed Bloody Mary in.

Step four: Garnish

The garnish is one of our favorite parts of a Bloody Mary as it lets you get creative! We recommend a slice of bacon, fresh or pickled okra, a tabasco pepper, garlic chive bloom and a lime wedge. Looking for other popular toppings that you can find locally? Pick up some wild Georgia shrimp, olives, chunks of cheese, cherry tomatoes or even mini sliders.

Break out your bartending skills for this simply delicious drink and get as fancy or simple as your taste buds desire! Either way, this is definitely a drink you will make again.

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