The Caesar is a refreshing and iconic Canadian beverage that you can customize with these fun regional garnishes.
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East Coast Garnish
British Columbia Garnish
In small pot, melt butter and add juice from one lemon.
Poach lobster tail for 5–7 mins until done. If making more than one tail, you can poach the lobster tail in the same pot (one at a time).
Allow it to cool before skewering.
Mix Caesar drink, garnish with rim trim, lobster tail and lemon twist.
Cut bagel in half horizontally. Cut each half into quarters.
On one quarter, place one slice Montreal smoked meat and 1 tsp Dijon.
Top with other half of quarter bagel.
Mix Caesar drink, garnish with rim trim, skewer sandwich and serve in drink.
Cook bacon on low heat to render fat and allow it to get very crisp without burning.
Hard-boil a quail egg (approximately 2.5-3 mins). Remove shell from quail egg, cut in half.
Mix Caesar drink, garnish with rim trim. Lay bacon across the top of the glass and place half egg on the bacon.
Mix Caesar drink, garnish with rim trim and jerky and beans.
Finely dice celery.
Shuck the oyster and top with Clamato, celery salt, hot sauce and diced celery.
Mix Caesar drink, garnish with rim trim and balance the oyster across glass.