How To Mix A Caesar
Caesar Drink Recipe
Hail Caesar! Canada’s Contribution to the Cocktail Empire
Reese Richards shows you how to make the Canadian classic the Bloody Caesar. Similar to the wildly popular cocktail, the Bloody Mary, the twist here is that instead of straight tomato juice, the caesar recipe calls for Clamato juice.
Now, before we tell you exactly what Clamato juice is (if you haven’t already figured it out or already know), we should tell you that it tastes so much better than its ingredients would have you believe.
Clamato juice is the combination of tomato juice and, uh, clam juice. BUT, the combination of the two seem to work very well together – and it doesn’t actually taste like clams or anything fishy-like. And combined with vodka and spices, its just heavenly. Especially as a ‘hair of the dog’ hangover drink.
Do take our word for it and if you’re ever in a pub or club that serves these delightful cocktails, order one up and you won’t be disappointed!
Take a look at the video below to learn the caesar recipe.
How to Make a Caesar Video Tutorial
What you’ll need:
- Clamato Juice
- Worcestershire sauce
- Tabasco Sauce
- Salt & Pepper
- Celery Salt
- Lime and/or Celery Stock
- Jigger or Shot Glass
- Cocktail Glass (CLICK HERE to see cocktail glasses in our barstore)
What you do:
- Step 1
- Rim cocktail glass with celery salt
- Fill cocktail glass with ice
- Pour 1oz. of vodka
- Add a few shakes of Salt & Pepper
- Add a few dashes of Worcestershire sauce
- Add Tabasco sauce to your liking
- Fill with Clamato Juice
- Add straw and Garnish with anything you like; Celery stalk, Cocktail onions, Lime, etc…
- Serve or drink it yourself 🙂
[Video Transcript] How to Make a Caesar Drink Video Tutorial
Hi there, Reese Richards here form BarsandBartending.com with a how to make a drink tutorial and this one is our Canadian classic – the Caesar. Ok so we’re gonna start with a tulip glass or margarita glass and we already rimmed the glass with salt so we will just go from there and add our ice. Ok, ice xxx in the glass. What we want to do is 1 ounce of Vodka and we’re gonna have salt & pepper, and some worcestershire sauce – this one is Leanne Ference, and a little drop of hot sauce sometimes xxx we use Franks, and of course xxx xxx xxx xxx. So we’re gonna fill that up to the top here. And to garnish, a couple of straws, a lime wedge and from here you can go anywhere from a celery stalk to a pickle to an onion – you can have anything else you want in there. So this is a Canadian classic, the Caesar.