Serve in aCollins glass
Salt & pepper rim
How to make:
ROLL rather than shake all ingredients with ice and strain into ice-filled glass. (Use double frozen ice freshly from freezer to fill glass.)
|2 fl oz||Hayman's London Dry Gin|
|4 fl oz||Tomato juice|
|1/2 fl oz||Lemon juice (freshly squeezed)|
|1/4 fl oz||Sugar syrup 'rich' (2 sugar to 1 water, 65.0°Brix)|
|4 dash||Worcestershire sauce|
|7 drop||Hot pepper sauce (red)|
|2 grind||Black pepper|
|2 pinch||Celery salt|
Read about cocktail measures and measuring.
Worcestershire sauce is potentially hazardous to those with allergy or intolerance.
Looks like a Bloody Mary, and tastes a lot like a Bloody Mary, but features gin's aromatic botanicals.
Today, the term Red Snapper means a Bloody Mary made with gin instead of vodka. But the first known recipes, from the 1940s, describe a 50-50 blend of vodka and tomato juice, with spices, just like an early Bloody Mary: one book even states that the Red Snapper is identical to the Bloody Mary.
Bloody Mary history