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Preparation Rim glass with celery salt, and a lime wedge. A Caesar is a cocktail created and primarily consumed in Canada. It was invented in Calgary, Alberta in 1969 by restaurateur Walter Chell to celebrate the opening of a new Italian restaurant in the city. It quickly became a popular mixed drink within Canada where over 350 million Caesars are consumed annually and it has inspired numerous variants. He devised the cocktail after being tasked to create a signature drink for the Calgary Inn’s new Italian restaurant. Chell said his inspiration came from Italy. He recalled that in Venice, they served Spaghetti alle vongole, spaghetti with tomato sauce and clams.
He reasoned that the mixture of clams and tomato sauce would make a good drink, and mashed clams to form a “nectar” that he mixed with other ingredients. According to Chell’s granddaughter, his Italian ancestry led him to call the drink a “Caesar”. The longer name of “Bloody Caesar” is said to differentiate the drink from the Bloody Mary, but Chell said it was a regular patron at the bar who served as the inspiration. During the three months he spent working to perfect the drink, he had customers sample it and offer feedback. Chell said the drink was an immediate hit with the restaurant’s patrons, claiming it “took off like a rocket”.
Within five years of its introduction, the Caesar had become Calgary’s most popular mixed drink. It spread throughout Western Canada, then to the east. The Mott’s company was independently developing Clamato, a mixture of clam and tomato juices, at the same time the Caesar was invented. Elsewhere, bartenders will frequently offer a Bloody Mary in its place. While Motts Clamato continues to be synonymous with the cocktail, other producers have begun offering alternative caesar mixes. 2013 to offer an ‘all natural’ alternative to Clamato.
The Caesar is popular as a hangover “cure”, though its effectiveness has been questioned. Basic preparation of a Caesar follows the “one, two, three, four” rule. 6 oz of caesar mix and served with ice. The ingredients are poured into a glass rimmed with celery salt or a mixture of salt and pepper and garnished with a celery stalk and lime. Though it was not one of Chell’s original ingredients, Tabasco sauce is a frequent addition, as is horseradish. Mott’s holds an annual “Best Caesar in Town” competition as part of the Prince Edward Island International Shellfish Festival.
Calgary’s Bloody Caesar hailed as nation’s favourite cocktail”. Cocktail: The Drinks Bible for the 21st Century. Alberta drinkers take whisky first, vodka second”. We stand on guard — for our favourite cocktail”.