But it does have a little something to do with vodka, rum, gin, beer, tequila, and whisky. And a lot to do with clamato juice, Mott's Clamato Juice, to be precise.
I'm a huge fan of the Bloody Caesar. You know the drink. At least you do if you're Canadian. It's the beverage you can have for breakfast or as an appetizer. It's salty and substantial and almost always comes with a snack in the glass.
And no, a Bloody Mary will not take Caesar's place.
But thanks for asking.
I've been sipping on traditional Bloody Caesars (extra spicy, please!) for years now, always happy when the vodka, clamato juice, lime juice, Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco sauce, salt and pepper, a stalk of celery, and the glass rimmed with celery salt all come together to form this union of total yum. It's become a standard and is as Canadian as, well, a Caesar!
Now the folks at Mott's Clamato want to honour us all this Canada Day (July 1) with seven new Caesar recipes. In particular, I'm looking forward to trying Sunny with a Chance of Clamato and The Gold Rush Caesar.
As it turns out, one of the new recipes even has a little wine included, so I guess the title of this post is not as accurate as I first thought.
Click here to read all the new Mott's Clamato Caesar recipes.
And cheers, eh!