Recipe by ambibambi
"This drink is very popular in Canada. Take a lick of the celery salt and then a drink of the Caesar through the straw for the proper Caesar experience."
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celery salt, or as needed
ice cubes, as needed
1 fluid ounce
Worcestershire sauce, or to taste
hot pepper sauce (such as Tabasco®), or to taste
8 fluid ounces
tomato and clam juice cocktail (such as Clamato®)
Add one tablespoon of pickle juice! Garnish with pickles, olives and hot peppers
I live in Vancouver, B.C. Canada and indeed this is often the drink of choice. I was dismayed when we were in Hawaii years ago and couldn't buy Clamato juice. This is a great recipe and I hope you all enjoy it as much as we do here.
This recipe is a good start, couple of things missing so wonder if this is an American version of a truly Canadian drink or not? Needs to be spiced up a lot more, see the others suggestions. I myself like it to be a bit more spicy. I use the Extra Spicy Clamato Juice, put about 10 shakes of celery salt into the drink, use no other brand of Worcestershire Sauce than Lee & Perrins, (others just don't imitate the original Worcestershire, and yes, I came to Canada from England, close to the county of Worcestershire so take my word for it on this one) .... it is a nice drink if you add a pickled green bean or pickled asparagus in it rather than the celery. The celery is a bit dull for such a nice spicy drink. The lime wedge is a nice garnish, but I add lime juice (about 1 tsp.) to the drink itself as well. Also, I add the ice last, not first, it's easier to stir with the pickle (or celery if you insist) as the stir stick.
This is good.I added a spicy bean and a little shaved horse radish. Also from Vancouver and you can find a number of variations up here.
Perfect starter recipe, eh? Double the vodka , Tabasco, Worcestershire , throw in a pickle and I'll take two ;)
Yum! Best drink ever!!
This is a great basic start to a Classic Caesar. It's always fun to add your own spin to this drink and I found a splash of the brine from this pickled egg recipe went very well in this Caesar. http://allrecipes.com/recipe/popas-pickled-eggs/detail.aspx. Thanks for sharing ambibambi.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Classic Canadian Caesar
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 6
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