Bloody Jerry


Yes, you read that right. Let me explain.

It was a great day for the SacFoodies when we were contacted by the folks at Sailor Jerry inviting us to try their spiced rum. Lucky for us, the samples came along with a delicious Bloody Jerry recipe that we used to help kick off our weekend.

When it comes to a Bloody Mary, most would think of the common concoction which uses vodka and is often customized by a variety of different additions. However, rum is usually not considered a go-to liquor for creating this classic brunch cocktail. You may, however, want to rethink that theory and give this Bloody Jerry a whirl. We were pleased that the spiced rum complimented the tomato flavors well and it most certainly went down smooth.

Sailor Jerry

Bloody Jerry
1 1/2 oz. Sailor Jerry Spiced Rum
2 dashes hot sauce
3 dashes Worcestershire sauce
1 heavy-handed dash of steak seasoning spices
1 teaspoon of wet minced garlic
1 teaspoon of spicy bean or pickle juice
Fill with plain tomato juice

Pour it all in a pint glass, squeeze in some lemon and lime wedges, toss ‘em in. Add ice. Shake and add any garnish you desire.

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