Bombay Mary

Bombay Sapphire, tomato, lemon & lime juices, Manzanilla dry sherry and a careful selection of traditional British flavourings & spices are skilfully ‘thrown’ together with cubed ice between cocktail shakers around 4-5 times for this perfectly balanced original spicy libation

UNITS OF ALCOHOL 2.15

KCAL 166.5

ALCOHOL VOLUME 12.30%

COCKTAIL FLAVOUR PROFILE

Citrus Earthy Floral Pine Spicy
ingredients

Ingredients

  • 50ml Bombay Sapphire
  • 10ml Manzanilla dry sherry
  • 1x lime wedge – freshly squeezed
  • 1x lemon wedge – freshly squeezed
  • 75ml good quality tomato juice
  • 4x good dashes Lea and Perrins Worcester sauce
  • 4x dashes Tabasco red pepper sauce (more or less to taste)
  • ¼ tea spoon Colman’s English Mustard
  • 1 pinch celery salt
  • 1 pinch Malden smoked sea salt
  • 5 grinds of Grains of Paradise (can be replaced with your favourite pepper variant)
  • 5 grinds of Cubeb Berries (can be replaced with black pepper)
  • 1x short squeeze of Heinz Tomato Ketchup
glassware and barware

Glassware & Barware

  • Serrated knife & chopping board
  • Long twisted bar spoon
  • Measuring device
  • Cocktail shaker & Hawthorne strainer

Method

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Step

1

Make a pre-mix of the spicy ingredients as described in Sam’s Top Tips

Step

2

Add 15ml (more or less dependent on personal taste) of this spicy mix along with all the other ingredients into one end of a cocktail shaker

Step

3

Stir with a bar spoon. Add cubed ice

Step

4

Place a Hawthorne strainer to the top of the shaker. Strain the liquid into the other end of the empty cocktail shaker from a height that you are comfortable with

Step

5

Pour liquid back into the original shaker then repeat the process 4 or more times until the cocktail is perfectly chilled

Step

6

Finally, strain the cocktail into a Copa de Balon or large Burgundy red wine glass filled with fresh cubed ice

Step

7

Garnish with a large lemon peel twist spritzed over the top of the cocktail and placed in or a lemon wedge

bartenders top tips

Bartender Top Tips

If you are feeling like taking a day off the ‘sauce’, why not try this cocktail but as an ABV Free drink… Usually known as a Virgin Mary, we often refer to it as a Bloody Shame! Just omit the alcoholic ingredients and proceed making as for a Bombay Mary. Also, as there are admittedly a lot of ingredients in this cocktail, you can always make a ‘pre-mix’ of all the spicy ingredients by multiplying all the amounts by say x20, mix them all together and pour into a sterilized bottle and keep in the fridge until you next fancy a cocktail. When you do, add 15mls of the pre-mix to the gin, sherry, citrus wedges, tomato juice and ice.

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