Guinness Bloody Mary

Guinness Bloody Mary (yes- Guiness! click through for the recipe) It had to happen sooner or later. Jeremy and I love to travel, and when we do, we have a few things that we do a lot of—shopping and photo taking (for me), and trying as many Bloody Marys as possible (for him). It's tradition. 

I would venture to say that the Bloody Mary is the most versatile cocktail. Kinda weird to say that since it's all mostly just tomato juice, but there are just so many savory combinations you can try that it never ends. One of our favorite local bars (Scotch & Soda) makes a pretty mean Guinness Bloody Mary as well. Anyway, all of that is to say it had to happen, and here it is... Drum roll, please...

Guinness Bloody Mary (yes- Guiness! click through for the recipe)    Guinness Bloody Mary, serves one

2 cups Bloody Mary mix
1 pinch garlic powder
1 pinch black pepper
1 pinch cayenne pepper
juice of half a lime 
1 ounce vodka
1 drop liquid smoke 
1 bottle Guinness Extra Stout (you'll use 3 ounces of it)

(for garnish)
celery salt
dill pickle
pepper jack cheese
olive 

Guinness Bloody Mary (yes- Guiness! click through for the recipe)       To prepare your glass, just use lime juice on the outside of your rim and roll it in celery salt. Prepare a cocktail stick with a pickle, olive, and square of pepper jack cheese. Set aside. 

Guinness Bloody Mary (SO good!) In a shaker combine the Bloody Mary mix, garlic powder, black pepper, cayenne pepper, lime juice, vodka, and liquid smoke. Add ice and shake it. 

Guinness Bloody Mary (SO good!)Pour the mixture into your prepared glass, and add ice. Pour 3 ounces of Guinness onto the top of your drink. Add your garnish. Done and done! 

Guinness Bloody Mary (yes- Guiness! click through for the recipe)Guinness Bloody Mary (yes- Guiness! click through for the recipe)Sigh. It's a thing of beauty, no? 

If you haven't tried this recipe yet, you've gotta. I've also seen recipes where there is no vodka, only Guinness, but I love it most when they're both in there. It's a perfect back porch drink. It's warming up here in Missouri, so I'm seeing a lot of Bloody Marys on the porch in our immediate future. Yum! xx. Elsie 

Credits// Author: Elsie Larson, Photography: Sarah Rhodes. Photos edited with Piper from The Signature Collection

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