10 Classic Vodka Cocktail Recipes You Can Mix at Home 9 Cocktails Recipes to Mix Up for National Rum Day Editors’ Recommendations 6 Classic Tequila Cocktail Recipes You Need to Know 7 Fall Cocktail Recipes to Enjoy With Cooler Weather How to Make Loco Moco, a Hawaiian Staple Dish Today is National Bloody Mary Day, which, of all the booze-related “holidays,” seems to be one of the most appropriate. For most of us, January 1 is probably a day that we’ll spend hungover, not just from trying to make sense of 2018, but also from the massive amounts of beer, wine, Champagne, and cocktails we consumed last night to celebrate the end of the aforementioned year.So, to honor the first liquor-themed holiday of 2019, we’ve collected four new Bloody Mary recipes to help start the year off right. Or, if not right, at least a little better than it was before you mixed a drink. If you’re too lazy (or hungover) to make your own, you can always check out the best Bloody Mary mix you can buy.Diamond Reserve Bloody MaryTabasco(Created by Tabasco)1.5 oz vodka4 oz Bloody Mary mix*2 drops sesame oil2 oz dry ProseccoBlack and white sesame seeds, for garnishLong cucumber slice, for garnishSlice of red pepper, for garnishLemon peel, for garnishMethod: In a mixing glass, add all ingredients, except for the Prosecco and garnishes, and stir with ice to chill. Strain into a stemless wine glass with a large square ice cube. Top with Prosecco and garnishes.*Bloody Mary mix1.5 cups tomato juice.5 tbsp Diamond Reserve Tabasco Pepper Sauce1 tbsp Worcestershire Sauce1 tbsp celery salt1 tbsp Tajin seasoning (or .5 tablespoon chili powder)Method: Combine all ingredients and chill until ready to use.Ferris Bloody FerrisNoah Fecks(Created by Jenny Lakin, Ferris, New York City)2 oz vodka2 oz tangerine juiceMcClure’s Bloody Mix, to topTajín seasoning, for the rimParsley, for garnishCelery plume, for garnish,2 peppadew peppers, for garnish2 olives, for garnishMethod: Rim a highball glass with Tajín seasoning. Add ice to the glass and pour in vodka, tangerine juice, and Bloody Mary mix. Garnish and enjoy.Rising SunMomofuku Nishi(Created by Lucas Swallows, Momofuku Nishi, New York City)5 oz high-quality tomato juice/puree (preferably Pomi strained tomatoes)1.5 oz Breckenridge Chili Vodka.5 oz Bull Dog Tonkatsu Sauce.25 tsp wasabi1/8 tsp yuzu koshuSoy sauce, to tastePinch of white pepperPepperoncini, for garnishLemon wedge, for garnishMethod: Fill a highball glass with ice and add ingredients. Garnish with pepperoncini and lemon wedge.Belle Isle Honey Habanero Bloody MaryBistro Off Broad(Created at Bistro Off Broad, Winder, Georgia)2 oz Belle Isle Honey Habanero Moonshine1 cup Bistro Bloody Mary mix*Old Bay, as neededPickled vegetables, for garnishBleu cheese stuffed olives, for garnishPepperoncini, for garnishLime wedge, for garnishMethod: Rim a pint glass with Old Bay and fill with ice. Add Belle Isle Moonshine and Bistro Bloody Mary Mix. Garnish with pickled vegetables, olives, pepperoncini, and a lime wedge.*Bistro Bloody Mary mix1 46 oz can Sacramento tomato juice2 tbsp prepared horseradish4 tbsp Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce6 dashes Tabasco sauce2 tsp celery salt2 oz lemon juice2 oz olive brine2 tsp ground black pepperMethod: Combine all ingredients and refrigerate overnight.