The Bloody Clam Cocktail Recipe
This is my runner-up for best Bloody Mary, a hearty drink with a hint of the sea. Serves one.
By: Stephen Phillips
1-1/2 oz. premium vodka
4 oz. Clamato juice
1 oz. clam juice
Pinch of wasabi powder
Dash of Sriracha chile sauce
Dash of Worcestershire sauce
Juice of 1/4 a lime
Juice of 1/4 a lemon
1 shucked littleneck clam
- Start with a tall Collins glass.
- Drop in the clam.
- Fill glass with ice and pour in vodka.
- Add Clamato and clam juice.
- Add the rest of the ingredients.
- Shake and serve.
This is the perfect Southern way to celebrate and cool off this summer.
Bloody Mary cocktails are great for tailgate parties because they pair well with so many kinds of dishes. Many say the drink is a dish in itself.
This lovely cocktail will make you as energy independent as Brazil.
The first name in frozen drinks is often margarita.
If Elmer Fudd asked Bugs Bunny to make him a cocktail, it might be something like this concoction.
Didn't know they grew bananas in Ireland did you? Well typically they don't, but it does make for a refreshing and delicious concoction that can be enjoyed at the Frangipani Beach Resort in Anguilla. Now you can try it at home. Serves two.
Guacamole and tortilla chips are the perfect amigos for margaritas, and this version includes guacamole's essential element. Serves one.
Craving hot chocolate but the temperature outside is 100 degrees in the shade? Consider cooling your tailgaters off with this chilly drink. You'll need a blender to make this one, so pack one for the party.
If you can say that name three times fast after drinking one of these, well, you need another! Check out Stephen Phillips' version of one of his pal's favorite summertime drinks. Now can you spot the three Os?
Cool down on a hot day with this fruity, ice-cold margarita.