Marmite Drink

Delicious cocktail drink made with marmite, vodka and juices. Includes ingredients and step by step instructions to make the Marmite cocktail drink:

Ingredients For A Marmite Cocktail Drink

2 teaspoons of Marmite
45mls of Vodka
10mls lemon juice
60mls tomato juice
Four drops Tabasco
2 teaspoons of Worcestershire sauce
A pinch of salt and pepper

For The Garnish

Lemon Wedge
Celery Stick

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How To Make Marmite Drinks

Mix all of the ingredients into a mixing glass and stir thoroughly.

Strain the mixture into a tall glass so that the ice is removed. Discard the ice.

Insert the celery stick and put the lemon wedge at the brim of the glass.


Trivia About Marmite

Love it or hate it, Marmite is a savoury spread made from yeast extract and is most popular in the UK. The dark brown spread has a strong and distinctive taste. It is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.

Marmite was first made and sold in 1902.

Marmite is rich in Vitamin B.

The word Marmite is a French word which means a large covered earthenware or metal cooking pot. Early Marmite products were sold in such jars. Marmite is sold in glass jars and in modern years it is available in a squeezable tube or plastic tubs.

Previous slogans which advertised Marmite included:

Love it or hate it

The growing up spread you never grow out of

My mate, Marmite

Steve McQueen starred in a Marmite advert in 2004, years after his death. The makers used clips of his 1958 film The Blob to advertise Marmite. It received many complaints from children and parents who found the advert a bit scary.

Marmite is delicious on toast and in cheese sandwiches.

Marmite is popular amongst ex-pats of the UK and is now sold worldwide including in countries like Hong Kong, Australia, Spain, Sweden and Germany.

The official Marmite website has merchandise that you can buy to show others if you love or hate Marmite. These include Marmite T-shirts, Marmite jackets, a Marmite cookbook and even a Marmite toaster.

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