The Ultimate Bloody Bones Martini

Bloody Bones Martini

The Ultimate Bloody Bones Martini let’s you have your healthy bone broth and cocktail, too! Oh, yes, it can be a mocktail if you like!

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In my humble opinion, and many others’ (just Google), this bone broth is one of the top best on the market. What I love about working with them is that I have full ability to use my creativity to help you make bone broth part of your life! For a full disclosure, click here. 

And, speaking of bone broth, yes, you can certainly make your own, but I use it so often, plus I sip on it, that I can’t keep up with making it. If you’d like to check out more of my recipes using bone broth, click here. Yes, I have some crazy yummy ones! 

Bloody Mary Martini Recipe

Y’all know that I’m a huge bone broth fan. Yes, bone broth, especially that from Kettle & Fire, is so healthy for you for so many reasons. Without repeating myself, just jump over to my post asking the question, ‘Is bone broth really good for you?’

How to Make a Bloody Mary

So, this cocktail can also be a mocktail. Just leave out the alcohol. And, another thing, I used vodka, but if you prefer gin nor tequila, have at it. 

Making a Bloody Mary is super easy. And, making a ‘bloody bones’ martini even better! 

The Best Bloody Mary Mix

This recipe has all the best ingredients in it, some which you’d probably never imagine. 

I mean red curry paste. Beef bone broth! 

Martini with Pepperoncini

Now making the garnish skewer is totally up to your creativity. I love to add several things. I mean you mays well make it a mini ‘meal’ to go along with your martini. 

Dirty Bloody Martini

If you want to make this bloody bones martini even a little dirty, then feel free to put a splash of olive juice in the mixture as well. 

Bloody Mary Method

Here’s the low down on the Bloody Mary according to PBS. Who doesn’t love a little history on something this iconic.

“Harry’s Bar in Paris is celebrating the 100th birthday of the bloody mary, the vodka-tomato juice cocktail believed to have been invented at the iconic watering hole in 1921.

According to the history of Harry’s, bartender Fernand Petiot invented the cocktail, and the recipe was first published in a book called “Harry’s ABC of Cocktails” in 1921. The bar serves an estimated 12,000 bloody marys a year.

“It’s a classic drink,” bartender Dante Agnelli said while demonstrating the mixology behind the drink, ingredient by ingredient: salt and pepper, Tabasco sauce, Worcestershire sauce, lemon juice, vodka and tomato juice.”

Bloody Mary Recipe

So, my ‘Bloody Bones Martini’ is kind of like the first-cousin of the Bloody Mary!

Both have similar hallmarks. And, if you want to make this cocktail or mocktail in a tall cocktail glass the ‘bloody Mary’ way, you can certainly do that. For me, I love the stemless martini glasses and the shaking a tad bit to create the frothing on that pour into the glass! 

Ingredients for Bloody Mary

Now gather your ingredients. Be sure to check out the Kettle and Fire bone broth. And, use my discount code at checkout, ALLYSKITCHEN, for your 20% off delivered right to your home.

Yes, it makes a huge difference in the overall flavor of this martini. However, the crazy thing about it is that you really don’t even know that there’s bone broth in it. You have the tomatoeeee goodliness of this iconic drink with those healthy ‘bones’! Hey, I call that a big bonus! 

 Bloody Bones Martini

Bloody Bones Martini

The Ultimate Bloody Bones Martini

Yield: Makes: 2 to 3 cocktails


  • 6 oz. cup spicy tomato juice, V8
  • 6 oz. cup Kettle & Fire beef bone broth
  • 4 oz. vodka
  • 2 Tbl. Worcestershire
  • 1 Tbl. Red curry paste
  • Sea Salt & Pepper to taste
  • 1 lemon, divided
  • Ice cubes
  • GARNISH: Fresh Lemon and Nibbles Skewer (olives, pepperoncini, bacon, pepperoni, celery, cheese cubes, salami and more!)


  1. In a large measuring cup, whisk together the tomato juice, bone broth, vodka, Worcestershire, red curry paste, salt, pepper and half of the lemon, juice only. Make sure to whisk in the curry paste into the liquid very well.
  2. Pour into a martini shaker. Add about ice. Shake a bunch. Pour into your most fun martini glasses. Coat rim with fresh lemon juice.
  3. Garnish with one-fourth of the remaining lemon and a nibbles skewer! Use the rest of the lemon wedge as a garnish if desired.


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 Bloody Bones Martini



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  1. Anonymous says:

    Made today for Sunday brunch, and it was delicious. Loved the idea of adding beef broth. Definitely will make again.

    1. Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, you’ve made my day! Thank you luv! We had them too for brunch! xoxx ally

  2. Arla Kennedy says:

    Well Ally!! You knocked it out of the park once again! I am a Bloody connessieur and have been making them for years! They are a request at parties…lol. But your recipe is equally amazing..and that’s saying A LOT coming from me! I love the addition of red curry paste and bone broth…is it just me or does the bone broth make me feel I’m doing something good for my body (despite the vodka 🤣🤣)! I absolutely loved this bloody and will continue to make it! I will tell u what I added that I always add…I add 1 tsp clam juice and 1 oz Charleston House Spicy Bloody mix and then a sprinkle of celery salt! The celery salt will elevate it! Thanks Ally for yet a other amazing recipe 👏👏👏

    1. Aria!!! OMG! You’re an angel for sharing this amazing comment w/me! Thank you thank you! And, coming from a bloody Mary connoisseur, well, I’m thrilled! I love your addition of clam juice, the Charleston House Spicy Bloody mix (I gotta Google that!) and celery salt. That’ll be my next addition to Bloody Bones. And, the bone broth, well, it does give that ‘assurance’ (ha ha!) that you can have your nutrients and cocktail, too! xoxx ally

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