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Witch’s Blood Cocktail

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Witch’s Blood Cocktail
  • Prep Time 5 min
  • Total Time 5 min
  • Servings 2
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Witch’s Blood Cocktail

A spicy Bloody Mary with Guinness™!

Ingredients

4
oz. vodka
8
oz. spicy Bloody Mary mix
1
Guinness™ beer
Extra large olives
Spicy pickled asparagus
Fresh celery

Directions

  • 1 Fill glasses with ice. Mix together vodka and Bloody Mary mix. Divide mixture between two glasses.
  • 2 Pour beer over the cocktail and garnish with olives, asparagus, and celery.
  • 3 To make fun olive spiders, poke a few holes in each side of the olives and stick in some pickled asparagus for legs.
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A rich and smooth Bloody Mary spiked with Guinness™.

As prepared by Macheesmo,

I’m about to rock your brunch world.

The key to making your best spicy bloody Mary even better is to top it off with a creamy Guinness™. It levels off some of the acidity and makes it really smooth.

I’m getting ahead of myself though. Since it’s October, it felt right to make some olive spiders!

 

witchs blood cocktail

And yes… I know spiders should have 8 legs, but I couldn’t fit 8 spicy asparagus spears in one olive.

 

witchs blood cocktail

You don’t need to overthink the Bloody Mary part of this. Just buy a good spicy mix and mix it with vodka.

Personally, I like a 2-to-1 ratio of mix to vodka, but use your best judgment!

Once you have your base ready, transfer it to a glass with a lot of ice.

 

witchs blood cocktail

Top it off with that beer! Personally, I like to serve each glass with its own beer so you can keep topping it off.

That’s all there is too it!

 

witchs blood cocktail

Have a spooky Witch’s Blood Cocktail this October!

Nick thinks he’s pretty good at making olive spiders! Check out his blog, Macheesmo, and follow him on his Tablespoon profile.

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