Walter’s Holiday Craft Caesar Mix

By / Life / December 17th, 2019 / 14
Walters Holiday Craft Caesar Mix

Walter’s Craft Caesar Mix company offers up a line of Caesar mixes made right here in Canada… including their fashion-forward Holiday Craft Caesar mix. They partnered with @fashionsanta to combine the jolly ol’ saint nick of our childhoods with the delicious red beverage of our present. The marketing campaign makes a splash for anyone who likes a new take on the holidays, even if they aren’t a fan of tomato or clamato juice.

Walter’s Craft Caesar Holiday Mix is made with sage, tarragon & North Atlantic lobster stock. All Walter’s Caesar Mixes are gluten-free and made with no artificial colours, flavours or sugars/syrups. They’ve even partnered with Ocean Wise to ensure sustainably sourced clam juice (or lobster stock, in the Holiday Mix’s case). The result is a luxurious blend that warms the body even as it warms the heart. For every Holiday Craft Caesar Mix bottle sold, Walter’s donates $1 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada.

Crafted in small batches with all natural ingredients, Walter’s Holiday Craft Caesar Mix is available for a limited time. If you don’t have a chance to grab the holiday mix, try one of their other four flavours, available all year round.

Available for purchase at retailers across Canada.

Is there anything more Canadian in the cocktail world than a Caesar? We think not. Since it came onto the scene in 1969 (created in Calgary, Alberta, no less), this clamato-based beverage has swept through the nation to become a fixture at parties, brunches and more. Try Walter’s Holiday Fashion Caesar recipe below.

Holiday Craft Caesar Mix / $6.69

The Holiday Fashion Caesar Recipe

1 oz vodka
4 oz Walter Holiday Craft Caesar Mix
1 squeeze fresh lemon juice

For the rim:

lemon juice,
Walter Craft Caesar Rim garnish

Rim glass with lemon juice and Walter Craft Caesar Rim. Fill glass with ice, add vodka and Walter Holiday Craft Caesar Mix, lemon juice and stir gently. Garnish with lobster, sage, tarragon and lemon. Now, go celebrate.


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