Cocktail O’Clock: A Greener Bloody Mary
When you’re in your 20s you spend the week before New Year’s planning out your drinking schedule for the big night.
When you’re in your 30s you’re more concerned with how you’ll treat the hangover the next day.
Fortunately, we’ve got that one solved for you. Putting a Southern spin on America’s favorite brunch cocktail, the Green Bloody Mary mixes up Ole Smokey Moonshine corn whiskey with tomatillos, pickles, and plenty of spice for a New Year’s Day drink that will kick your 2015 into high gear.
Green Bloody Mary
1 dill pickle
3 garlic cloves
2 yellow heirloom tomatoes
1 serrano chili (seeds remove)
1 oz. Ole Smoky Original Moonshine
1 1?2 tablespoon preserved lemon
1?2 teaspoon each sugar, salt and pepper
Juice of 1?2 lime
3 dashes Tabasco
In a blender, puree ingredients. Fill glass with ice and strain in blended mixture.
To salt rim of glass: Put 1 tablespoon each salt, pepper, sugar and Aleppo pepper (optional) in a saucer. Wet rim with lime wedge, dab in saucer.
*Cocktail recipe courtesy of Distilled NYC