Canadian Caesar Cocktail

Canadian Caeser Cocktail

The Canadian Caesar Cocktail is a beloved drink that originated in Canada and has become a staple at bars and gatherings across the country. It’s a delicious and savoury concoction, perfect for any occasion, whether you’re enjoying brunch with friends or kicking back after a long day. This iconic cocktail is a unique twist on the traditional Bloody Mary, boasting a combination of tangy clamato juice, spicy hot sauce, and savoury Worcestershire sauce, all mixed with vodka and served over ice. Garnished with a celery stick and rimmed with salt and spices, the Canadian Caesar is as visually appealing as it is flavorful, making it a true Canadian classic.

Canadian Caesar Cocktail

Recipe by Subhajit KharaCourse: Blog
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  • 1 ½ oz vodka

  • 4 oz Clamato juice

  • ½ oz fresh lime juice

  • 2 dashes of Worcestershire sauce

  • 2 dashes hot sauce (such as Tabasco)

  • Pinch of celery salt

  • Pinch of freshly ground black pepper

  • Ice cubes

  • Celery stick, for garnish

  • Lime wedge, for garnish

  • Pickle spear or green olives, for garnish (optional)


  • Begin by rimming the glass with celery salt. Rub the rim of a highball glass with a lime wedge, then dip the rim into celery salt to coat it evenly. Fill the glass with ice cubes and set aside.
  • In a cocktail shaker, combine vodka, Clamato juice, fresh lime juice, Worcestershire sauce, hot sauce, celery salt, and black pepper. Add a handful of ice cubes to the shaker.
  • Secure the lid on the shaker and shake vigorously for about 10-15 seconds to chill the mixture and blend the flavours.
  • Strain the cocktail mixture into the prepared glass filled with ice cubes.
  • Garnish your Canadian Caesar with a celery stick and a lime wedge. For an extra touch, add a pickle spear or green olives on a cocktail pick if desired.
  • Serve immediately and enjoy the savoury goodness of this Canadian classic!
  • Optionally, adjust the spice level by adding more hot sauce or Worcestershire sauce according to your preference. Cheers!