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October 25, 2020

Today’s Sunday Brunch serve is from the debonair @cistoch at the elegant bar at 12 Hay Hill in Mayfair, a neighbourhood which was once frequented by well-dressed, 18th century Dandies.

The bar has just been shortlisted for the @IMBIBE Specialist Drinks List of the Year 2020 and has a handsome list of vodkas – and so it goes without saying that Tomas and the team serve up a rather splendid Bloody Mary.
DSC05400_20-10-23_Broken_Clock_Lingering_Vodka_Hay-Hill_Bloody_Mary.jpg It’s a tangy and spicy libation, ideal for putting a spring in your step after a late night gambling at the card table or to give you a dash of courage ready for a busy day of looking dapper while strolling the streets of London.

Tomas’ house spice mix contains some sweet and extra hot Sriacha sauce for some added character and being as he’s using Broken Clock Vodka, it’s topped with the fragrant addition of thyme.


40 ml Broken Clock Vodka
20 ml House Spice Mix
15 ml Worcestershire Sauce
10 ml Lemon Juice
Pinch Salt and Pepper
100 ml Tomato Juice

Pickled Gherkin
Chilli Pepper


Combine the ingredients in a Boston Tin with plenty of ice, add a Hawthorne Strainer to the tin and ‘throw’ the mix from a height into another empty tin. Repeat this four times to aerate and chill the mixture..

Strain into an iced highball glass and add the garnishes carefully to the top.