It's an enjoyable way to experience the tangy, savory, spicy, and refreshing taste of the alcoholic veresion. It's also an easy and tasty beverage that can accompany any meal—brunch is always popular for these flavors—or be consumed on its own. Making a virgin bloody mary is as easy as removing the vodka from your favorite bloody mary recipe—with our recipe, making this flavorful drink has never been easier. Use it as a brunch drink for people who cannot or choose not to consume alcohol; this mocktail is great for baby showers or as a cooling aperitif during hot summer days. Once you pour the tomato and lemon juices, the other ingredients are simply there to ramp up the taste. You can make it as spicy or mild as you like and add other spices to bring in a different flair.
The Virgin Mary: Spice Up Brunch With a Great Tomato Drink
Virgin Mary Non-Alcoholic Cocktail | Mix That Drink
I recently shared about how when I was pregnant with my third child, I was obsessed with drinking Virgin Bloody Marys Maries? How does one make this plural? I was flying very frequently and would always ask for Bloody Mary mix on the airplane. I propose no one. I would make them at home. It was the single most pervasive, intense pregnancy craving I have ever had—never brownies, never cookies, often salt and vinegar Kettle Chips. But there was nothing like the Bloody Mary.