The Caesar Cocktail was apparently invented in 1969 by Walter Chell, the restaurant manager of the Calgary Inn in Alberta, Canada and is essentially a Bloody Mary using Clamato juice instead of tomato juice. Chell supposedly spent three months perfecting the drink, ending up with the simple 1-2-3-4 recipe. This drink is very popular in Canada; at one point there was a movement to make it the national drink there!
1 1⁄2 Ounce
Tomato clam juice
15 (as needed)
For preparing glass
1. Wet the outside edges of a flute glass with lemon, using a spoon coat with celery salt.
2. In a mixing glass, add vodka, tobasco sauce, salt, pepper, worcestershire sauce and tomato clam juice.
3. Fill another glass with ice and roll the drink back and forth until incorporated.
4. Fill the prepared glass with ice and strain in the cocktail.