Did you know that the May long weekend actually begins with another quintessential Canadian holiday? Every year, National Caesar Day is celebrated on the Thursday before the May long weekend, and marks the count-down to summer! While there is no official way to celebrate National Caesar Day, what better way than to enjoy the unofficial Canadian Cocktail: a refreshing Caesar! Traditionally, Canada’s national cocktail is made with vodka, clam juice, hot sauce, Caesar spices and Worcestershire sauce, served up in a salt-rimmed glass and garnished to your heart’s desire. Now that might be the ordinary Caesar, but how do you make it extraordinary? That takes greatness. As you embark on making your next Caesar, make it extraordinary and peak your curiosity with the Taynton Bay Spirits Pickle Vodka from Invermere, B.C. This salty and dilly pickle vodka will burst through any clamato to make a perfect Caesar before you even add any other ingredients! Recipes below; enjoy! —Vita Daily
The ’80s Lunchbox Caesar by The Station Pub
16oz glass with ice
12 oz Motts Clamato
1 shot Taynton Bay Spirits pickled vodka (distilled in Invermere, BC)
1 tsp tabasco sauce
1/2 tablespoon Worchestershire sauce
1/4 sliced lengthwise juicy dill pickle for garnish
Sprinkle of tajin on top
Taynton Bay Spirits Pickled Caesar
2oz Taynton Bay Pickled Vodka
Worchestershire & tabasco
Fill glass with ice. Add vodka and Clamato. Season to taste.
May 17th, 2023 at 12:29 pm
Once you try this you will never go back to regular Vodka, so good!
May 17th, 2023 at 12:31 pm
Love this stuff!
May 17th, 2023 at 12:34 pm
I am obsessed with Taynton’s Pickle Caesars!! No exaggeration, it makes the best caesar I’ve ever tasted.