Friday 14 March 2014

Caesar (Believe it or not it's Canadian)

This is a drink I usually order before my meal whenever I go out for supper.
I went to Orlando Florida a few years back and every restaurant I went to had no clue what a Caesar was. I was surprised to find out that it was a Canadian cocktail. Even the bartender at the resort we stayed at had never heard of it. So, I went to a grocery store and bought the ingredients for it to show the bartender how to make it.

celery salt for rimming glass
1 ounce vodka
1 teaspoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon GF Worcestershire sauce
4 drops Tabasco sauce, or more to taste
6 ounces Mott’s Clamato juice
1 stalk celery or veggie of choice, I like pickled green beans (for garnish)
1 lemon wedge (for garnish)

Pour some celery salt in a shallow plate, enough to rim the glass with.
Run the lemon wedge over the rim of the glass and dip the rim in the celery salt.
Fill glass 3/4 of the way with ice and all ingredients in order listed.
Fill glass with ice.
Place celery stalk or veggie garnish in glass.
Garnish with lemon wedge.
Enjoy in moderation.

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