The Bloody Mary
the signature cocktail of the St. Regis brand
In 1934, Fernand Petiot, the bartender at The St. Regis New York, perfected the recipe for a vodka-and-tomato juice cocktail he dubbed the Bloody Mary. Deemed too racy a name for the clientele, it was rechristened the Red Snapper. While the latter moniker may not have stood the test of time, Fernand’s spicy concoction certainly has. The Bloody Mary remains the signature cocktail of St. Regis, with each new hotel adding its own interpretation of the libation.
St. Regis Moscow
Highlighting the original heritage of Fernand Petiot’s Red Snapper, the signature cocktail of The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya gives the iconic Bloody Mary a refined, Russian twist. Infused with the rich flavors of traditional borscht, the Red Maria is a savory reimagining of this Fifth Avenue classic.
You are welcomed to prepare Red Maria at home:
Combine tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, tabasco, black pepper, salt and horseradish over ice and shake. Pour in a large tumbler glass filled with one large ice cube. Top gently with the Vodka-Beetroot mix to create two layers. Garnish with beetroot ships and one mangold leaf.
- 2tsp / 10ml Worcestershire sauce
- 0.5oz / 15ml fresh lemon juice
- 5 shakes of tabasco
- 4 shakes of ground black pepper
- 2 shakes of salt
- 2tbsp / 15gr of marinated horseradish
- 2tsp / 10ml of fresh beetroot juice
- 1.5oz / 40ml of premium Vodka
Bloody Mary Journey
We invite you to sample from our collection of Bloody Mary cocktails at the Orlov Lobby Bar and Lounge of The St. Regis Moscow Nikolskaya:
The St. Regis Rome
The Rome Bloody Mary called Mary Terranean wih Italian character.
The St. Regis Osaka
For spice lovers Shogun Mary offers original taste of Japan - wasabi.
The St. Regis New York
Nothing can beat classical Red Snapper also known as Bloody Mary.