Canadian Caesar drink. Made with vodka, hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce, served with ice in a celery glass with a salted rim, decorated with a celery stalk and lemon slice.
What's The Real Difference Between A Bloody Mary And A Bloody Caesar?
By Stacie Adams
A classic Bloody Mary must contain a vodka and tomato juice base, Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper, lemon juice, horseradish, and a splash of hot sauce. However, there are many variations, including the ever popular Bloody Caesar.
The difference between the Canadian-based Bloody Caesar and the Bloody Mary lies in the inclusion of clam-tomato juice in the former. The drink is very popular, as estimates indicate that more than 350 million Bloody Caesars are consumed by Canadians annually.
The Bloody Caesar was reportedly developed by bar manager Walter Chell in the late 1960s, when the owners of the bar wanted to launch a new Italian restaurant and asked him to create a cocktail recipe to go with it. However, Chell is somewhat disputed as the true inventor of the drink.