National Caesar Day is fast approaching, and this year we urge you to take things up a notch when it comes to this classic concoction.
Canadian Grey Goose Ambassador Stephanie Lamb has come up with some unreal beverages for you to try for yourself so you can celebrate this joyous occasion in a memorable way.
Here are three killer Caesar recipes that will elevate Canada’s favourite cocktail.
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Grey Goose Thai Caesar
- 1.5 Grey Goose Le Citron 1 Thai chili, crushed
- 1/2 oz ponzu
- 2-3 dashes of rice vinegar 1/2 oz fresh cucumber juice 3 oz clamato juice
Muddle Thai chilli in your glass. Add the rest of the ingredients. Add ice and stir, and ensure everything is combined.
Garnish: cucumber ribbons
Rim: sesame seeds & Togarashi spice mix
Grey Goose Beet Caesar
- 1.5 Grey Goose l’Orange 1 blood orange
- 1 oz beetroot juice
- 1/2 oz lemon juice
- 3-4 dashes of Tabasco 3-4 dashes of Worcester 3 oz caesar mix
Always rim first. Ice all the way to the top, add ingredients and stir well.
Garnish: bouquet garnish of herbs with parsley
Rim: dehydrated parsley root blitzed with Za’atar spice and salt
Grey Goose Strawberry-Rhubarb Caesar
- 1.5 GREY GOOSE L’original 1/2 oz lemon juice
- 1 oz strawberry/rhubarb shrub 3 oz caesar mix
- 1 pinch smoked paprika
- 1 pinch black peppercorns
Add ice and shake. Pour ingredients over fresh ice into your rimmed rocks glass.
Strawberry Rhubarb Shrub: cut a pint of strawberries into halves. Cut 8 oz (about two stems) of rhubarb into half inch pieces. Cover with 1 cup of sugar and let it macerate for at least 2 hours to a day in the refrigerator. Add 1 cup of apple cider vinegar and let it sit an additional 2 days in the fridge. Strain out, bottle, and refrigerate.
Garnish: toasted cherry tomatoes still on the vine or dehydrated tomato slice
Rim: salt, chili, pepper, cracked black pepper