Invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell to celebrate the opening of a new Italian restaurant in the city, caesars are Canada's cocktail and I LOVE them!

Recipe - Caesar 

  • ice
  • 1 shot of Vodka (or leave it out and make it a mocktail, tastes just as good!)
  • 4 dashes Worcestershire sauce
  • 3 dashes hot sauce
  • salt & pepper (yes, really)
  • Clamato juice
  • lime wedge
  • celery salt or caesar rimmer
  • garnish - celery stalk, pickle, lime wedge are all tasty

Step 1:
run a lime wedge around the rim of the glass, then rim with the celery salt or caesar rimmer

Step 2:
fill a tall glass half way with ice

Step 3:
add vodka, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce and salt and pepper

Step 4:
fill the glass with clamato juice, garnish and serve

Family Thoughts

Caesars are one of my favourite mixed drinks, you can't go wrong with ordering one, they always taste great.  I love finding a GREAT one in bars or restaraunts, I recently went to a place that made it's own rim, garnished with a pickle and a lime and it was AMAZING!  Easy to make at home and experiment with too.


  1. Yum I LOVE caesars. You know sometimes after a while of doing this without a recipe, I get in doubt, so this posts really makes me remember what the recipe is like.

  2. I adore a good cold caesar! I usually opt for a piece of pickled asparagus in mine!

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  3. My hubby loves a good Caesar but I wasn't sure how to make them correctly. Now I can surprise him!


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