The Patrón Bloody Maria with global ingredients is the perfect cocktail for summer celebrations.
Patrón is sharing the ultimate Bloody Maria recipe this summer with garnishes and add-ons from across the globe. We love tequila, especially Patrón and think this recipe is a really special way to say cheers to the Olympics and its athletes who’s blood, sweat, tears and years of training have got brought them to Rio. As the world comes together this August to celebrate them, sip a cocktail that includes some of its most tantalizing flavors. The recipe includes a variety of summer tomatoes plus 5 premium accoutrements sourced from around the world that symbolize the 5 Olympic Rings. Worcestershire Sauce from the U.K., Habanero from South America, Piri Piri from Portugal, Saffron from India and Zaatar from the Middle East, add a transcontinental twist to the traditional recipe. What a treat for your taste buds and a gorgeous way to serve up some fun while watching the summer games!
Please remember to always drink and serve responsibly.
The Bazaar Bloody Maria created by Pam Wiznitzer, Trademark & Belle Shoals
The night before, make the Bloody Maria ice cubes and freeze each color individually.
Ingredients for ice cubes:
- Red tomatoes + Pinch Piri Piri (Portugal)
- Orange tomatoes + Habanero (South America)
- Yellow tomatoes + Saffron (India)
- Green tomatoes + Zaatar (Middle East)
- 2 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce (UK)
- Pinch Salt
- Pinch Pepper
- 2 oz Water
Instructions for ice cubes:
- Blend ingredients together well and strain for seeds.
Instructions for Cocktail:
In a highball glass
1) Crush/smash 1-2 Bloody Maria ice cubes of each tomato color. Fill the highball with the ice, layering by color.
2) In a separate glass combine 2 oz Patron Reposado, .75 oz lemon juice, 3 dashes bittermans hellfire bitters, 5 dashes horseradish tincture.
3) Pour mixture into the highball glass over ice.
4) Add a straw and garnish with a skewer that has multi colored tomatoes, fresh squash blossom, exotic international peppers and celery with leaf still attached