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The Proper Cocktail

Bloodies

The Bloody Mary has many origins from Paris to London to New York, the name is derived from many sources including Queen Mary the 1st.  The Bloodies has no specific recipe - it is really the guests choice as to what they wish to be drinking.  Tradtionally, all bloodies include liquor, juice and then pretty much anything else.

 

Varariations of the Bloody Mary include Bloody Ceasers, Bloody Maria - substitue Tequila for Vodka.  

Bartending

Bloody Mary

2 ounces vodka 

Dashes of salt and black pepper

1/4 teaspoon horseradish

2 dashes Tabasco sauce

3 dashes Worcestershire sauce

4 ounces tomato juice

Mixology

Bloody Mary

2 ounces vodka 

Dashes of salt and black pepper

1/4 teaspoon horseradish

2 dashes Tabasco sauce

3 dashes Worcestershire sauce

4 ounces tomato juice

4 oz Sherry

1 bar-spoon maraschino

1 bar-spoon sugar

3 slice orange

Sherry Cobbler

Cobblers

The Cobbler is a cocktail form dating from at least the 1830's - that consists of a base spirit (originally some form of wine), sugar and fresh fruit.  The original cobbler was said to be the Sherry Cobbler.  

 

a popular variation of the Sherry Cobbler include the Whiskey Cobbler - substitue sherry for whiskey.  

Bartending

Mixology

Sherry Cobbler

4 oz Sherry

1 bar-spoon maraschino

1 bar-spoon sugar

3 slice orange

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