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Bloody Caesar

Created and primarily consumed in Canada. The Bloody Caesar is used to ease the agony of a hangover after pounding through a two-four or a forty pounder. It typically contains vodka, Clamato (a proprietary blend of tomato juice and clam broth), hot sauce and Worcestershire sauce, and is served with ice in a large, celery salt-rimmed glass, typically garnished with a stalk of celery and wedge of lime. It was invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell to celebrate the opening of a new Italian restaurant in the city. It quickly became a popular mixed drink, but remains virtually unknown outside Canada. It is claimed that over 350 million Caesars are consumed in Canada annually, and it has inspired numerous variants. Source Wikipedia

Country Code:CA
Submitted May 4th, 2011 by: Guybo

Usage Examples

I need a Bloody Ceasar after finishing off a whole Two-Four that I bought last night at the In and Out store next to Crappy Tire.
Translation: I need a Vodka and tomato juice after downing 24 bottles of beer I bought last night at the liquor store next to the Canadian Tire store. finds out about the fairly unknown cocktail, the Bloody Caesar, including some variations such as the Tequila Caesar.
a bloody mary is actually made with tomato juice and not Mott's Clamato (clam juice). That's the difference! Bloody Mary is tomato juice with vodka or gin and Caesar is with Clamato! Cheers!


In the Northwest States we call that a clamdigger. Been my favorite summertime drink for years. I take mine with a pickle and green olives - delicious! Comment by: AJ    Rated:5/5
I saw this at a beach bar in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. A lot of Canadienses go here to winter. Comment by: Young Diefenbaker    Rated:5/5
I am a Canadian living in Montana and I think more people here drink Cesar's than Bloody Mary's whether they be American or Canadian Comment by: Miriam   
It's not actually called a bloody Caesar, we just call it a Caesar. Comment by: Shelly   


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