McClure’s Pickles

Canada Day Caesars

It wouldn’t be Canada day without refreshing and creative drinks to toast our great country. What’s more appropriate than showcasing Canada’s signature cocktail on today’s post.

I like to pay close attention to what I choose to eat and drink and am always looking for the better option. When it came to Caesars, I use to turn a blind eye and consider it to be a treat, ¬†because I knew that the ever popular clamato was full of unknown ingredients. And then Walter came along. An all-natural, ocean wise, craft Caesar mix, free of MSG, artificial colour and flavours – problem solved! Now we can all enjoy the delicious Caesar without the guilt or post ill-feeling; as long as we are responsible. ūüėČClassic Caesar

Now, I know I am not alone when I say that my favourite part of the Caesar is its garnish! Bars and restaurants are getting so fancy these days with their garnish, that a pinch of excitement flutters through when you place your Caesar order.¬†Alternatively at home, I like to keep it fairly simple. My go-to’s are the classic celery stalk, the famous Extreme Bean, a tangy¬†pickle from McClure’s and most recently our all-natural Supply & Demand beef jerky! Seriously, sometimes it’s hard to choose, but then again who said we had to pick just one.

Caesar Ingredients
Here is my breakdown to the perfect Caesar.
  • 3 dashes of Tobacco Hot Sauce
  • 3 dashes of Worcestershire Sauce
  • 1.5 ounces of¬†ŇĽubr√≥wka “Bison Grass Vodka”
  • Top with Walter’s Clamato
Rimmer:
  • Sea Salt
  • Cracked Black Pepper
  • Cayenne
  • Chilli Powder

A Twist on a Classic

 Happy Canada Day. xx