When cool, strain and add to your fresh peach tomato base. You want 3/4 peach tomato base to 1/4 clam juice. Add worcestershire to your liking, a splash of hot sauce and a squeeze of lemon juice to brighten it up, about 1/8 teaspoon for a large cocktail glass. Add a jigger of peach vodka. My preference is Pearl Peach Vodka as it is made with natural flavors.
In the South, Bloody Marys are often filled with garnish as the joke is it makes a complete meal. But Bloody Marys complement many meals. They are a staple of brunches and this version goes particularly well with seafood dishes like clam fritters or steamed mussels. If you haven't tried the steamed mussels dish I posted a while back, this is the perfect time.