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Bloody Caesar

Bloody Caesar
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The Bloody Caesar cocktail is a slight variation of the Bloody Mary. The main difference between Caesar and Bloody Mary is that a Bloody Caesar is made with clamato juice(part tomato, part clam juice).

A contest was held by the owners of the Calgary Inn in 1969, when Walter Chell, a Montenegrin bartender who was in charge of Owl's Nest, was asked to come up with a recipe to represent their new Italian restaurant, so he mixed up vodka, Worcestershire, Tabasco, clam and tomato juice, and called it the "Bloody Caesar".

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  1. Rim a glass by running a lime wedge around the rim, then dipping it in a combination of celery salt and salt.
  2. Fill the glass with ice and add the vodka and Clamato juice.
  3. Season with pepper, Worcestershire, and Tabasco sauces to taste, and stir well.
  4. Garnish with a celery stick, and enjoy.

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