Bloody Caesar Cocktail Recipe {Brunch Part I}

{Amanda with her delicious Bloody Caesar Cocktail}

Last week I hosted a Bloody Caesar and Biz Brunch. I invited a wonderful and diverse group of women and it was a nice opportunity to relax on a Friday afternoon, network, and meet new people.  I also tried out the the boutique dining and design services offered by Sarah with Savormaker. I can't wait to share more with you about my experience working with Sarah and her company and I will also share more of the amazing photos taken by Bonnie Sen. {more to come early next week} But for today I wanted to introduce you to the Bloody Caesar Cocktail.  Have you had a Bloody Caesar cocktail before? Unless you are from Canada {as I am} you may not have heard of this delicious cocktail.  A Bloody Caesar is like a Bloody Mary but so much better! It typically contains Clamato juice {proprietary blend of tomato juice and clam broth}, vodka, hot sauce, Worcestershire sauce, and is served in a celery-salt rimmed glass. 

Sarah and I set up a Bloody Caesar Bar and everyone made their own Bloody Caesars.  Here is the basic recipe to follow if you want to try this cocktail at home. 

Bloody Caesar Recipe

1 oz Vodka

Clamato juice

1 dash Worcestershire sauce

1 dash Tabasco sauce



Celery salt

Celery stick

-Rim a tall glass with celery salt and fill with ice. Add vodka, fill glass with Clamato juice, and add Worcestershire sauce, Tabasco, salt, and pepper. Garnish with a celery stick and enjoy! (Source: Tourism Calgary)

{tabletop including garnishes for the cocktails and brunch items}

{clamato juice , celery salt, and pepper}

{more delicious additions for the Bloody Caesar}

{Bloody Caesar garnishes}

{I love simple white roses for the tabletop}

Photos 1,2.3,4, and 5 by Bonnie Sen Photography

Photos 6 and 7 by Naina Singla