Caesar cocktails are completely Canadian and you’ll love our spin on spice!
Want to create a tasty and savory recipe that elevates this famous drink to another level of taste?
CBD Caesars with weed & spiced rims – this will be your summer go-to cocktail!
The Caesar was invented by Canadian mixologist Walter Chell.
Tasked to create a new cocktail to celebrate the opening of a new restaurant in Calgary in 1969, he created this sensational & spicy drink.
This summer, whether you’re Canadian or not, you can happily slug back a Caesar cocktail with our suggestions for a tasty drink you’ll want to share with your friends and family!
You could even top it up with some funky additions like skewers of jalapenos, rolled up meat on top of the rim, and chunky vegetables. But keeping it simple won’t diminish the flavors at all.
Caesar cocktails are so easy to make: a healthy dose of vodka, clam-infused tomato juice, and Worcestershire sauce. Add in a little lime and hot sauce if you like it spicy, and the best part…..
A celery-salted-rim on the top of your glass that complements the drink like icing on a cake.
How can you elevate your Caesar using CBD oil and THC?
It’s so tasty you may want to create it no matter what time of day you’re reading this!
You may enjoy the buzz you get, and it is likely that your taste buds will zing in appreciation!
Let us know how your Caesar turned out in the comments below and any additions that you’ve used to spice it up.
- Cocktail Shaker
- Ice Cubes
- Small side plate
- Small bowl
- Small fork or spoon for mixing the rim spices
- Sharp knife
- 4 large, tall-boy glasses or mason jars with handles
- Large pitcher
- 4 Lime wedges
- 4 ounces Vodka your favorite kind/brand
- 4 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 4 tsp Hot sauce Tobasco is a great choice
- 1 cup Ice cubes or crushed ice more if you need it
- 16 ounces Tomato & Clam Juice or Motts Clamato Juice
- 4 Celery Stalks the entire stalk, leaves and all
- 4 tbsp Celery salt
- 50 mg THC
- 25 mg CBD oil
- Place celery salt in a small dish and mix together, then place it evenly on a small plate and set aside for a moment.
- Cut up your lime wedges, and in the centre fleshy-part of the lime, cut a small slice in the middle, but do not cut it in half. Just a small slit.
- Take each glass and use the lime wedge to create a rim around the top – make sure it's very juicy and full of lime. This will serve as the adhesive for your salty-rim!
- Dip each glass into the salt mixture and turn so all parts of the rim are covered
- In your large pitcher, combine all other ingredients except celery stalks, and mix up thoroughly.
- Pour your mixture into the rimmed glasses carefully – not touching the rim!
- Insert a celery stalk into each glass, add a few more ice cubes if desired and enjoy!