Caesar Drink Recipe

Caesar drink recipe
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Nutrition Information† ‡

Serving size: 1 drink

0.0 g
1 g
0 g


How to Make It

  1. Rim a highball glass with salt and pepper or bar salt.
  2. Add a bit of ice, then add vodka.
  3. Fill with clamato juice and add tabasco and worcestershire.
  4. Garnish with a stick of celery, a green bean, or a stalk of asparagus.

Comments on Caesar

  • For a hot take on this classic try adding pepperoncinis. Use the liquid from the jar to rim the glass and then throw a few dashes into the drink as well. Drop in 1 or 2 pepperoncinis and enjoy the extra kick.
  • brian
    Jun 8th, 2014
    pickle and olive juice/olives
  • Jun 4th, 2014
    @ Captain TNT: Thanks for the tip about Johnny's Seasoning--I already use the pickled asparagus!
  • Kris
    Mar 18th, 2013
    Adding a splash of pickle juice and green olive juice kicks!
  • Nasty
    Nov 4th, 2011
    So basically a high class bloody mary?
  • edgar
    Sep 24th, 2011
    Horseradish. Whole new dimension. Now I have to try the pickle thing.
  • Emma from Maryland
    Aug 12th, 2010
    I was introduced to this drink by my sister in-law who is from Canada. She adds lemon juice and celery salt on the rim. Sliced cucumber on the glass as well. By far my favorite summer drink!
  • crabzilla
    Dec 7th, 2009
    use montreal style steak seasoning on the rim its unreall
  • candycane0866
    Oct 23rd, 2009
    add a splash of dill pickle juice and garnish with a pickle, it's the only way i will drink my caesars!
  • Captain TNT
    Aug 2nd, 2008
    This drink is the king of all kings of the hangover cure. Much more exciting than a bloody mary. Also throw in some johnnys seasoning salt and pickled asparagus for a real kick in the pants

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