The truly Canadian Cocktail invented by Bartender Walter Chell at the Owl's Nest Bar in the Calgary Inn (now a Westin Hotel) in Calgary, Alberta in 1969.

Usual ingredients include Ice, a shot of Vodka, Mott's Clamato Juice, a dash of Worcestershire sauce, and Hot Sauce to taste. Served in a tall glass, the glass is usually rimmed with a mix of Celery Salt and Fresh Ground Pepper. Garnished with a Celery Stick and a Lemon Wedge.

Variations can include substituted or added ingredients, like Salt & Pepper, Cayenne Pepper, Horseradish, or Lemon Juice, Seasoning Salt or Lemon Pepper (rather than Celery Salt). Garnishes can include: Dill Pickled Cucumber, Spicy Pickled Green Bean or Aspargus, Olives or a Hot Pepper. In Seafood Restaurants garnishes sometimes include Shrimps or Prawns.

Where to get Caesar Cocktail / Bloody Caesar
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2008 Oct 5
The Caesar here comes in 3 formats. The regular 1 oz pour, the Deluxe 1 oz pour extra spicey with all the trimmings, and the Caesar Fishbowl... an insane 3 oz pour. I chose the Deluxe.

The Deluxe Caesar comes in a tall glass encircled with a spicey rimmer, real peppery... infact you can see the chucks of fresh ground pepper. The drink was garnished with a wedge of lime, a pickled bean, and a giant olive pierced with a hot pepper.

This Caesar packs a punch!