Caesar … a holiday cocktail?
When most people picture a Caesar, the first season to come to mind probably isn’t the holiday season. They most likely imagine a nice summer day, or evening, enjoying their cocktail and taking in the warmth of summer air. Maybe adding some flavour to their Canada Day. But why can’t a Caesar be thought of as a winter holiday drink? I believe it can! And maybe these Caesar recipes can help add some spice to your holiday season!
This recipe brings a little Christmas cheer to Canada’s iconic cocktail. The following recipe, from Edit Seven, is designed to liven up the Caesar with a little holiday spirit. With this cocktail, you can bring the Christmas spirit to your glass.
Rim glass, muddle vodka and one sprig rosemary ripped into 1” pieces, fill with ice, add remaining ingredients, garnish and enjoy!
For those of you who prefer to really spice up the holidays, the fireworks Caesar recipe by Mott’s Clamato is what you need! This cocktail is sure to give you the spice you need to warm up your holiday season.
3 dashes hot sauce
Salt, to taste
2 grinds black pepper
1/2 jalapeño pepper, keep seeds for extra heat
1 clove garlic, minced
1/2 green onions
1 oz 100% blue agave tequila
4 oz Mott’s Clamato
Garnish: celery salt, cayenne pepper, cooked spicy prawn
1 Bird’s eye chili pepper or other small pepper
In a mixing glass, muddle everything except tequila, Mott’s Clamato and garnishes. Add the tequila and Mott’s Clamato, and stir well.
In a small shallow dish, combine celery salt and cayenne pepper, and rim a highball glass with the mixture.
Fill highball glass to the top with ice and strain the mixture into the glass, and garnish with a skewered prawn and chili pepper.
A Caesar Wonderland
Though these two recipes are sure to make your holiday delicious, there are so many Caesar recipes. If these two aren’t what you’re looking for, be sure to look at other cocktails. There is a world of Caesars to explore and each one will offer you a unique flavor to make your holiday season extra special!