The St. Regis Island Mary

At every St. Regis property you’ll find that hotel or resort’s individual twist on the classic Bloody Mary. This fiery version uses kala namak – otherwise known as Himalayan black salt – around the rim to give the drink a hint of smokiness while accentuating its intense tomato flavor.

INGREDIENTS: Vodka, 2 fl oz Martini Bianco Vermouth, ½ fl oz Tomato juice, 4 fl oz Worcestershire sauce, a dash Tabasco sauce, a dash Lime juice, ½ fl oz

Celery bitters, 3 dashes A pinch of black pepper

GARNISH: On the rim: kala namak salt

1 celery stalk 1 slice of lime

Fill ¾ of a cocktail shaker with ice. Gently pour in all the other ingredients and shake the mixture three times. Meanwhile, salt the edges of your glass – or even better, a clean Nautilus seashell – before straining the drink into it. Garnish with a celery stalk and a fresh wedge of lime, and serve.

TheWhale Bar

The striking silhouette of the Whale Bar is one of the first things you notice about The St. Regis Maldives Vommuli Resort from the air. Jutting out from the shore with an uninterrupted view of the Indian Ocean, mirroring the resort’s private coral reef, guests gather here before dinner to take in the most beautiful golden sunsets, while live music and DJs add a buzz to cocktail hour.

Created by artist Maya Burman, The Whale Bar’s ceiling mural is an example of pyrography, a traditional Maldivian art form that involves burning a design into wood with a heated metallic point



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