Bloody Molly | Whisky Bloody Mary Recipe

Bloody Molly Irish Cocktail

Irish Cocktail
Irish Cocktail

Don’t wait for St. Patrick’s day for this Irish cocktail treat. While it may not sound like a delicious savory variation of the traditional bloody Mary recipe, the Bloody Molly is exactly that! As one might expect, vodka has no place in this drink. Irish whiskey gives the drink a unique and flavorful dimension. Even people who normally do not care for Irish whiskey find this Irish cocktail to be quite tasty. (Try it- it won’t bite!)

Jameson Irish Whiskey
Jameson Irish Whiskey

Gather the following ingredients and crack a Guinness Stout:

Irish Cocktail Recipe:
2 Ounces Jameson Irish Whiskey
6 oz. fresh tomato juice
Large lemon wedge
tsp of freshly ground black pepper
1/8 tsp celery salt
Tbsp Worcestershire sauce
Thick sliced bacon strip (cooked)

Pour all Irish cocktail ingredients except bacon and lemon wedge over an ice filled pint glass. Squeeze lemon wedge into a cocktail shaker, then pour mixture into shaker and, you guessed it, shake! Rim a chilled glass with remaining lemon wedge, celery salt, and cracked pepper. Pour the ice-cold Irish cocktail into the rimmed glass. Crack a bit more black pepper over the top of the drink. Garnish with bacon strip or two and serve with your favorite Irish beer.

For an added treat, try rimming the glass with Demitri’s Bacon Rim Salt– Yum!


Looking for a traditional Bloody Mary recipe?

Recipe in Short :

Recipe Name: Bloody Mary
Published on :
Prep. Time :
Total Time :Ingredients Used : tomato juice:
8 oz
Irish Whiskey:
2 oz
hot sauce:
1 tbsp
black pepper:
1/4 tsp

Worcestershire sauce:
1 Tblsp
Summary : Fill a large glass with ice. Coat the ice with black pepper and hot sauce, then add remaining ingredients. Pour contents into a shaker and shake well. Pour back into glass and grind a bit more pepper over the top. Garnish with pickle, and cooked bacon. Serve with beer chaser
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-Greg Tooke

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