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A Caesar Drink also referred to as a “Bloody Caesar,” is one of the greatest items to serve at breakfast or a hockey party since it has a distinct savory and spicy flavor.

This Caesar Drink one benefits greatly from some fantastic additions, and for those, we have you covered!

Describe the Caesar.

Several factors define a caesar cocktail:

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Food: Caesar Drink (Source: Jo Cooks)
  • Beloved by our northern neighbors on the other side of the border. (In fact, because they adore it so much, Canada proclaimed May 18th “National Caesar Day!”)
  • An excellent post-work drink for when you want to tell your bartender, “with Clamato, eh.”
  • The perfect beverage for brunches (especially when the brunches involve egg dishes.)
  • The preferred beverage for individuals who enjoy a little heat with their cocktails!

A Caesar Drink is not, however, anything else. Not a Bloody Mary, mind you. Typically, a Bloody Mary utilizes basic tomato juice or vegetable juice instead of Clamato juice in the mixture.

My buddies, a Caesar kicks it up a notch. You will adore it. Clamato, please!

A caesar always contains vodka and clamato juice; the other ingredients can change from recipe to recipe. Tomato juice is comparable to clamato, however, clamato is far tastier (and great in soups, stews, and even added to beer).

Making A Caesar Drink

There aren’t many steps involved in making a Caesar drink, but put the glass in the freezer first for a frosted cup!

  1. Apply lime juice to the glass’s rim and, if like, sprinkle celery salt (or coarse salt) on top.
  2. With ice in the cocktail shaker, combine all the ingredients as directed in the recipe below, and shake vigorously for 30 seconds.
  3. Into a glass with ice, strain.

Decorate as desired.

The Caesar toppings I like best

Although celery and pickled asparagus are standard garnishes, there are many other options.

  • Celery is a classic.
  • green beans or pickled peppers
  • Onions or olives for a cocktail
  • and other Italian-style herbs like basil or cilantro, chopped.

Or go crazy and add a slice of crispy bacon, beef jerky or pepperoni stick, some feta or parmesan cheese, clams, oysters, or even pickled eggs as a garnish!

Have fun, because this is one of those cocktails that people love to turn into a full dinner (and drink responsibly).

Traditional Caesar Drink

This savory, spicy beverage is a traditional libation from the North!

ten minutes to prepare

zero minutes for cooking

overall 10 minutes

serving: 1 cocktail


  • 2 ounces vodka
  • ¾ cup Clamato juice
  • 2 dashes of Worcestershire sauce
  • 1 dash tabasco
  • ½ teaspoon horseradish optional
  • 1 stalk celery
  • 1 pickled asparagus optional
  • celery salt (for the rim of the glass)optional
  • ice cubes


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Food: Caesar Drink (Source: Jo Cooks)
  1. Lime wedges are used to rub a glass’ edge. Put aside after dipping in celery salt.
  2. All remaining components should be added to an ice-filled cocktail shaker (except garnish). For at least 30 seconds, shake well.
  3. After adding ice to the prepared glass, pour the contents into it.
  4. Add celery and pickled asparagus as a garnish.

Note: Optional garnishes are not included in the nutrition.

Nutrition information

Calories: 174 | Carbohydrates: 10g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 108mg | Potassium: 521mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 8g | Vitamin A: 1121IU | Vitamin C: 35mg | Calcium: 34mg | Iron: 1mg