The Best Caesar Recipe

Posted: July 1, 2020 Category: Media Releases, Our Team, Vendor, Recipe,

Did you know that Canada has a “National Drink”?

In fact… the Caesar became Canada’s national drink when Parliament made it official in 2010.

It’s important to not get the two mixed up but a Caesar is not a Bloody Mary, as the addition of clamato juice instead of tomato juice is the difference between the two drinks.  The basic Caesar includes vodka, celery salt, hot sauce, ground pepper, Clamato, Eau Claire Caesar with Stawnichy's Steak Strips, Pepperoni, and Garlic SausageWorcestershire sauce, celery stalk, and a lime wedge. Today bars and restaurants have taken to social media to share their crazy take of a Caesar by eliminating the simple garnish and replacing it with full meals in some.  There are many ways to make gourmet Caesars, by changing the type of alcohol used, adding meat garnishes and utilizing different types of hot sauces and salts to augment the taste.

Stawnichy’s has teamed up with Eau Claire Distillery to provide you with a recipe that will fix all your Caesar cravings. Whether your preference is for a basic Caesar or the fully-loaded version, mix one up and enjoy!


About Eau Claire Distillery

Devoted to hand-crafted, artisanal and fine sipping spirits, Eau Claire Distillery is Alberta’s original craft distillery located in Turner Valley, not far from Calgary. Born out of the founder’s quest to honour Alberta’s riches of the land and set the bar for Canada’s most premium spirits, every small batch from Eau Claire Distillery is personally tended for perfection, from farm to glass. Eau Claire Distillery’s award-winning spirits are internationally acclaimed for their quality and flavour. Find out more at


Eau Claire Smoked Caesar Drink




  • Rim glass with chipotle/mango salt mix
  • Spritz inside of the glass with dry vermouth
  • Smoke glass using hickory wood chips + fire!
  • Build over ice: Parlour Gin, Caesar mix, Tabasco/ Worcestershire to taste
  • Gently stir
  • Top with favourite garnishes






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