The Classic Bloody Caesar

Allison Johnston | 29 June, 2019

            The Classic Bloody Caesar

The Caesar was invented in 1969 by restaurant manager Walter Chell of the Calgary Inn (today the Westin Hotel) in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
He mixed vodka with clam and tomato juice, Worcestershire sauce, and other spices,creating a drink similar to a Bloody Mary but with a uniquely spicy flavour.


1 oz vodka

4 oz Clamato juice

Lime - quartered

3 dashes of Worcestershire sauce

1 tsp freshly grated horseradish

Celery salt

Cracked black pepper

Celery Stick


Rim the glass with lime juice and invert it onto a plate that has the celery salt. Fill the glass with ice, add vodka and Clamato juice. Add the Worcestershire sauce, pepper, horseradish, and stir gently. Garnish with the celery stick and lime.