How to Make a Caesar | Manitoba Liquor Mart

How to Make a Caesar


A Canadian staple invented in Calgary, Alberta by Walter Chell. It’s like a Bloody Mary, but better because there’s clam broth! These days the cocktail is often the base for exceptionally large garnishes. Throw a burger on top of it if you like, the Caesar always tastes great.


Tools / Accessories


Glass style: Highball

Jigger
 
Dish for rimming
 
Knife
 
Cutting board
 

List of Ingredients


1.25 oz vodka

1 lime wedge
 
1 tablespoon celery salt

4 dashes of Worcestershire

3 dashes of Tabasco

4–6 oz. Clamato

1 celery stick

ice as needed
 

Mixing Directions


1. Wet the rim of your highball glass with lime.

2. Rim the glass in your dish with celery salt.

3. Fill highball with ice.

4. Add vodka, Worcestershire,  Tabasco.

5. Fill with Clamato.

6. Stir to combine with a stalk of celery.

7. Garnish with a lime wedge.

Cheers!


 
 

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