Bloody Maria | Cocktail | Tequila Based

What can be better than chilling with a tequila based cocktail on a quarantine afternoon. Let’s make the best of this involuntary staycation.

  • Preparation Time: 2-3 Minutes
  • Assembly Time: 2-3 Minutes
  • Serves: 1


  • Tequila: 2 oz or 30 ml
  • Worcestershire sauce: 3 dashes
  • Tabasco sauce: 3 dashes
  • Salt: A pinch
  • Pepper: A pinch
  • Tomato Juice: 1/2 oz or 15 ml
  • Ice


  • Pineapple slice


In a cocktail shaker, add the measured amount of Tequila, Worcestershire and Tabasco sauces with the salt and pepper along with the tomato juice and ice; seal the top and shake well.

With the help of the strainer pour the contents of the cocktail shaker into a tumbler glass.

Garnish the glass with a pineapple slice.

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