In 1934, famed barman Fernand Petiot perfected the recipe for a vodka-and-tomato juice cocktail at The St. Regis New York's King Cole Bar. Originally christened the "Bloody Mary", the cocktail was initially dubbed the "Red Snapper" so as not to offend the hotel's refined clientele. More than 80 years later, the iconic Bloody Mary remains the signature cocktail of the St. Regis.
The Original Bloody Mary
Fernand Petiot brought his signature vodka and tomato juice cocktail from Paris's La Maisonette Russe to the new King Cole Bar at The St. Regis New York, perfecting the recipe to create the "Red Snapper" in 1934.
Inspired by the traditional West African tea ritual, the Hibiscus Mary is infused with the exotic taste and fragrance of its namesake flower.
Assam Boi Mary
A unique take on a traditional favorite, the Assam Boi Mary is inspired by the Limau Assam Boi, a beverage popular with locals at Kuala Lumpur’s hawker stalls.
Inspired by flavors of the Maldives, the Island Mary complements the traditional Bloody Mary with kala namak salt and is served in a nautilus seashell.
Maria do Leste
The Maria do Leste takes inspiration from the worldly voyages of the Portuguese sailors whose exploration established Macau as an important trading port.