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Spicy Bloody Shrimpwreck Cocktail

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Spicy Bloody Shrimpwreck Cocktail

Ah…The Bloody Mary. It has been my experience that people either like or, don’t. For those who do, I’ve taken the traditional Bloody Mary, and blown it completely out of the water, well so to speak. And just how do you do that? Use Picante Calamto Tomato Cocktail as the mixer, add a skewer of shrimps, a very healthy squeeze of the juice of a fresh lime, finely crushed dried red chili pepper, and of course, don’t forget the Worcestershire sauce, that’s how.

Instructions

  1. 1What you’ll need…
  2. 2Tall tumbler style glass
    Bamboo skewer
    Shot glass or jigger
    Stir Stick or spoon
    Picante Clamato Tomato Cocktail Juice as ‘mixer’
    About 9 (+ or -) cooked medium sized shrimps
    Celery, 2 or 3 rinsed leafy stalks
    Vodka
    Dried finely crushed red chili pepper
    One Lime
    Worcestershire sauce
    Fresh milled peppercorns
  3. 3To a freezer frosted tall and large tumbler glass add two sinewy leafy stalks of celery. Squeeze in the juice of 1/2 of a large lime. Put about 9 shrimps on a skewer and place in glass along with the celery. Add ice. Add two very healthy jiggers of vodka. Fill remainder of glass with ‘mixer’ leaving just enough room to garnish with two wedges of a lime and 2 to 4 dashes of Worcestershire sauce. Now shake on some of the dried crushed red chili and add some fresh milled black pepper. Stir, add straw, sip, ‘munch’, and enjoy.
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