The Ceaser

sweetdiesel

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Canadas National cocktail

Invented in Calgary Alberta Canada by bartender Walter Chell at the Owls nest bar and grill in 1969

This to me is not a drink that you get drunk on its more a starter drink that sets the mood:D

Most of you would consider this a Bloody Mary but to me its nothing even close

Now the beuty of a ceaser is you can add anything you like we like to call the ones that we make a garden....you will see why in a second

The common ceaser recipe

Rim you glass with celery salt
1-3 oz vodka
lots of ice
fill with Motts clamato
add a dash of wotesire sauce
add a dash of tabasco
lime
salt and pepper to taste



Here are some of the things we like to add to our ceasers

pickled Garlics ,Asperagus,beans and horseradish.Perhaps a cooked chilled shrimp:D its really up to you but nothing better for a hangover than a ceaser
 

Texasmax

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I've had many Caesar's at my Canadian buddy's house over the years. He is a former NHL drafted Canadian hockey player and as soon as you step in the house he asks "how about a Caesar!" You never leave his house without usually drinking something.

I usually carry a beer chaser with it since the celery salt on the glass rim gets to be a bit much.

Not alcohol, but another nice Canadian drink he usually has is some Tim Horton coffee.

Dix
 

MadMaxx61

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I've had many Caesar's at my Canadian buddy's house over the years. He is a former NHL drafted Canadian hockey player and as soon as you step in the house he asks "how about a Caesar!" You never leave his house without usually drinking something.

I usually carry a beer chaser with it since the celery salt on the glass rim gets to be a bit much.

Not alcohol, but another nice Canadian drink he usually has is some Tim Horton coffee.

Dix
Tim Horton coffee.
is like crack to us.

They are getting a few of them in the USA now too.
 

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