Counting down to Valentine’s Day, we have a series of red and pink recipes, all of which can be served year-round. We’re starting out the series with a Balsamic Bloody Mary, using Italy’s Italy’s famed “black gold”—and 16+ more Bloody Mary recipes.

How about a Bloody Mary party for Valentine’s Day? Check out the articles and recipes below

The Balsamic Bloody Mary is a new take on flavoring the popular drink, which is one of the Top 10 cocktails nationwide.

The recipe is from Carandini, one of the oldest noble families in Modena. They’ve been making vinegar since 1641, and the recipe that uses its finest vinegar, Emilio Balsamic Vinegar of Modena PGI*, a premium, high-density vinegar that spikes boozy creations with bracing acidity.

The balsamic adds a rich depth of flavor to the Bloody Mary.

National Bloody Mary Day is January 1st.

> Bloody Mary history.

> There are 16+ more Bloody Mary recipes below.

> The history and different types of balsamic vinegar.
Ingredients Per Drink

  • ½ cup vodka
  • 1 cup tomato juice
  • 1½ tablespoon Carandini Emilio Balsamic Vinegar of Modena
  • 1 tablespoon prepared jarred horseradish
  • 1 teaspoon Tabasco
  • 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce
  • Juice from ½ freshly squeezed lemon
  • Dash of celery bitters
  • Dash of freshly ground black pepper
  • Optional garnish†

    Combine all ingredients. Stir to blend thoroughly and serve over ice.

  • Bloody Beertail
  • Bloody Mary Bar
  • Bloody Mary Drink Bar Or Cart
  • Bloody Mary Garnishes #1
  • Bloody Mary Garnishes #2
  • Bloody Mary Ice Pops
  • Bloody Mary Oyster Shooters
  • Bloody Mary Variations: Bloody Bull, Bloody Maria, Danish Mary, Highland Mary, Russian Mary, and numerous others
  • BLT Bloody Mary
  • Deconstructed Bloody Mary
  • 2 Green Bloody Marys With Tomatillos
  • Michelada
  • Ramos House Bloody Mary
  • Red Snapper
  • Surf & Turf Bloody Mary
  • Watermelon Bloody Mary
    *PGI stands for Protected Geographical Indication, a designation for products that are closely linked to a certain geographical area. With a PGI designation, at least one of the stages of production, processing, or preparation must take place in the specific area before the mark can be used on a product. In the case of balsamic vinegar, production must take place in or around Modena, Italy.

    †In photo #1, the Balsamic Bloody Mary uses a garnish of cherry tomatoes and sundried tomatoes. But there are so many garnish options. Check out these and these.


    Balsamic Bloody Mary Recipe
    [1] Balsamic Bloody Mary (photos #1 and #2 © Carandini).

    Cardini Emilio Balsamic Vinegar For Balsamic Bloody Mary
    [2] Cardandini Emilio balsamic vinegar is available nationwide and on Amazon.

    Bloody Mary Oyster Shooters
    [3] Bloody Mary oyster shooters. Here’s the recipe (photo attributed to Chowhound).

    Bacon Bloody Mary
    [4] Bacon Bloody Mary, with bacon-infused vodka, garnished with a black pepper rim, a caperberry, and a slice of bacon (photo © Bacon Bourbon USA).





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