Never heard of a Caesar except on this board, can you tell me what is in it? I'll have to put it on my list of drinks to try in 62 more days!
Invented in 1969 by bartender Walter Chell in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The basic recipe is to rim a glass with a lime wedge and then with celery salt. Add 1 to 1 1/2 oz. of vodka, 6 oz. of Motts Clamato, 2 dashes of hot sauce, 4 dashes of Worcestershire sauce, ground pepper and the lime wedge. All of this with ice of course and a stalk of celery is optional.
Great for after breakfast or as a 'hair of the dog' cure the morning after.
Hi there, a ceasar is for sure a Canadian drink....hard to find in the States (they serve bloody mary's which is not the same at all!!) In a ceasar, there is vodka, clamato juice, worcestire, tobasco, celery salt and a lemon. So good!