Coffee Bloody Mary: This is a Bloody Mary has an extra kick from coffee! Try it as a mocktail or a brunch cocktail by adding vodka. It's a zingy, savoury/sweet drink.
You need to plan ahead for cold brew coffee. It's really easy to make but you need to let it sit and do its thing for a while.
A long while.
But trust me, it's worth it for a smooth coffee.
You can get it ready the night before and then in the morning, just throw together this virgin, coffee Bloody Mary - ideal for weekend brunch!
If you're looking for a brunch cocktail, you've come to the right place!
This day-cocktail is punchy, zingy and I really like it spiced up with a dash of tabasco and a little Worcestershire sauce (I use a vegetarian version).
The mellow cold brew coffee isn't overpowering at all and just adds a nice delicate coffee kick to the vibrant flavours in the drink.
You only need simple ingredients for this awesome twist on the classic Bloody Mary Cocktail.
Coffee - I love using cold brew, but any cold coffee works!
Tomato juice - fresh or store bought
Lemon juice - fresh is best!
Sugar syrup - you can buy it or make your own sugar syrup. You only need 10 mins, sugar and water.
Pepper - freshly ground ideally
Worcestershire sauce - or a vegetarian version
Vodka - to make it a cocktail!
Celery, rosemary and lemon to garnish
Brunch cocktail and mocktail recipes
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Coffee Bloody Mary
- ⅓ cup (75ml) cold coffee
- ⅓ cup (75ml) tomato juice
- 1 tbsp freshly squeezed lemon juice
- 1 tbsp sugar syrup
- grinding of black pepper
- dash of Worcestershire sauce optional
- dash of Tabasco sauce optional
- Celery, lemon and rosemary
For the bloody mary
- Fill a glass with ice, add the coffee, lemon juice, tomato juice and the sugar syrup and stir well.
- If using, add the Worcestershire and tabasco and stir again. Sprinkle with freshly ground black pepper and garnish with a stalk of celery, twist of lemon ad sprig of rosemary.
The nutritional information provided is approximate and can vary depending on several factors, so is not guaranteed to be accurate. Please see a registered dietician for special diet advice.