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After taking a trip to Vancouver for Cocktail Hammer’s very own Yerain Abreu’s wedding, I had the very fortunate chance to try out one of Canada’s hidden gems. I’m of course talking about Tim Hortons…

Then, the day after the wedding, to continue my drinking from the night before, I was in the mood for a Bloody Mary when I came across some on the menu that almost resembled it. It was called The Caesar.

Lighter than the Bloody Mary but just as boozy, I knew right away I had to get The Ceaser Cocktail off the brunch menu and onto Cocktail Hammer. Here is the Ceaser Cocktail. Enjoy!

The Caesar Cocktail

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Recipe by Julian Solorzano Photography by Eric Strausman
Cuisine: Canadian CocktailDifficulty: Medium







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.50 Ounce Vodka

Clamato Juice (Clam and Tomato Juice mixed)

2 Dashes Worcestershire Sauce

2 Dashes Tabasco Hot Sauce

Celery Salt

1 Whole Lime


Optional Garnish Ideas: shrimp, jalapeno, dill pickle, cherry tomato, olive, lettuce, celery


Rim a collin glass with a quarter of the lime and then dip it in the Celery Salt
Squeeze a quarter of the lime into the collin glass and save it for later as a garnishPour the vodka into the glass, followed by the dashes of Worcestershire sauce, then the dashes of Tabasco sauce.Fill the glass with iceShake the Clamato juice and fill the glass close to the topGarnish with pretty much anything you want. Get weird with it!

Recipe Video


If you want to take The Ceaser to the next level, add a dash of olive juice, experiment with a spicer hot sauce, and maybe add some pickle juice and even some horseradish. Let us know what’s your perfect combo in the comments below.

Why is it called the Ceaser Cocktail?

What do you think of the Ceasar? Better than the Bloody Mary? If you find yourself in Vancouver, stop by Maxine’s Cafe and treat yourself to one of these saucy concoctions! Let us know what you think in the comments below. Get Hammered Y’all!