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How to make a Bloody Murphy

Posted by Dave_Janice_LA (My Page) on
Sat, Feb 15, 03 at 19:34

....anyone know how to make a Bloody Murphy drink in the 1 gallon size??


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

Here's an ingredient to get things started...

1 liter Grey Goose Vodka


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

that's it....just vodka??


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

I make my bloody Marys 4 parts tomato juice to one part vodka.
A good start is a quart of tomato juice, a cup of vodka, 1/4 cup Rose's lime juice, 2 tsps worchestershire and a generous dash of tobasco to each glass.
Serve over ice with a celery stick stirrer...
Makes about 8 drinks.
And there are a lot of other ways to make a Bloody Mary...some use V8 juice....some add other things like garlic powder, oregano and celery salt....some add a can of beef broth to the tomato juice....some use lemon juice instead of lime and some people use fresh lime.
Whatever floats your boat!
Linda C


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

Thanks Linda....trying to make a Bloody Murphy....not Bloody Mary.

But I'm gonna try the V8 next batch of mary's


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

I like horseradish in mine.

Also, plane trips gave me a taste for Mr. & Mrs. T's Bloody Mary Mix.

I'm a big fan of Grey Goose, but I save that smooth (and pricey) taste for vodka martinis or vodka on the rocks. To me, it's wasted on Bloody Marys.

Call me thrifty,

Susan


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

Duh....haven't been reading very long!
Linda C


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Oops--my mistake, too

I thought "Murphy" was a typo. A Google search yielded the following, though I'm not sure it will help:

BLOODY MURPHY (A POST-DUSK BLOODY MARY)
pepper vodka, tomato juice, tabasco and lime


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

thanks Alisande....that sounds about right.


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RE: How to make a Bloody Murphy

Try tequila instead of vodka


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