What is vodka and tomato juice called?
It's called Bloody Mary.
Vodka and tomato juice is the base for a Bloody Mary. Normally there are many other spices that can be mixed with it such as Tobasco, pepper, horseradish, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice or consomme. There are also a variety of garnishes that people add such as celery stalks, lemons, olives or even shrimp. There are about two hundred vodka and tomato juice cocktails. The most common is likely a Bloody Mary though.
It's called a "Madras": Ingredients: • 1 1/2 oz vodka • 3 oz cranberry juice • 1 oz orange juice Preparation: 1. Pour the vodka and cranberry juice into a highball glass. 2. Stir well. 3. Top off with orange juice. A cocktail with just vodka and cranberry juice is called a "Cape Codder". Just vodka and orange juice is called a "Screwdriver".
1 1⁄2 oz Ketel One vodka 2oz Fresh juiced (or blended and strained) yellow tomato 1/3 of a bar spoon of alaea sea salt 7 drops of Green Tabasco, Juice of 1⁄2 a lime 7 drops Worcester In an ice-filled shaker, combine the tomato juice, sea salt, Tabasco, lime juice, and Worchester. Add the vodka, shake, strain into a martini glass, and serve with a skewer of three baby yellow tomatoes.
Orange juice my friend! It's easily available and a screwdriver will definitely do the job! In addition you can also use cranberry juice. Some people find the acid in orange juice doesn't sit well on the stomach. If the taste of vodka isn't to your liking but you have to use the bottle, consider using a mix like bloody Mary mix (basically spicy tomato juice) to mask the flavor.