If you have never heard of a Caesar cocktail before, then you probably don’t live in Canada. I actually didn’t even realize it was a Canadian thing until just about 5 years ago. This twist on a Bloody Mary is very popular here!
Now, in full disclosure, I have not personally tested this recipe because it has ingredients I am allergic to. But my taste testers assure me that it is delicious. Try out Canada’s national cocktail!
Caesar Cocktail Recipe
Ingredients (for one serving):
Increase these quantities as needed. You can easily make a pitcher of these and set up a self-serve Caesar station for a party.
- A lime wedge
- About 1/2-1 tbsp of celery salt
- 1 ounce vodka
- A dash of Worcestershire (or as desired)
- A dash of Tabasco (or as desired)
- 8 ounces of Clamato juice
- A celery stick
- Optional – some people like to add a bit of horseradish too
- Optional – some of my friends add black pepper to their drink
- You can add other garnishes as you see fit – cherry tomatoes, cucumber, and olives are great options
These are so easy to make. Rub the lime wedge around the rim of the glass. Save the wedge as it can be used for garnish. Then, sprinkle the celery salt on a plate and dip the rim of the glass in it to coat.
Combine the vodka, Worcestershire, and Tabasco in the glass (along with the horseradish if using). Add ice and Clamato juice to fill. Stick a celery stick in the glass as a stir stick. Sprinkle in black pepper if desired.
That’s it! Easy peasy!