Bloody Caesar Cocktail
Recipe: 2 oz vodka, 6 oz (or so) Clamato juice cocktail, dashes of hot sauce and worchestershire sauce.
Featured: Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Clamato, Lea & Perrin’s, Deathwish Habanero Hot Sauce
To celebrate the completion of my midterm in my class on the Roman Republic, I’ve decided to enjoy a Bloody Caesar. Because I have a feeling the class is going to end with one.
A bloody caesar is a bloody mary made with Clamato rather than tomato juice. Clamato is a tomato juice cocktail made with clam juice. It makes a much thinner, more mild drink than tomato or vegetable juice makes. So I always find myself putting more worchestershire and hot sauce into a Caesar than I do into a Mary. Especially this hot sauce which, despite the name, is less than deadly. I also forgot to add any prepared horseradish. Still, the clam came through.
At any rate, in my expereince pepper (black or red) or tomato infused vodka seems to work best with Clamato juice. It gives its mild flavor a good boost. At any rate, my Bloody Caesar was pretty tasty. A nice change of pace from the Mary, even if it does lack its richness and bite.