Tips and Tricks

Tip No. 147: Want to add a kick to your Caesar? Try freezing pickle juice in an ice cube tray and use that instead of regular ice.

Tip No. 36: A well crafted Caesar is a true work of art. Leafy celery stalks and lime wedges that decorate the glass speak of good things to come. But you don't need to limit yourself to the same old, same old. Try switching it up a bit by replacing the lime wedge with a dill pickle, or the celery stalk with a pickled bean. You can also use lemon wedges, clams in the shell, chili peppers, olives, jalapeno peppers, or just about anything else you can think of as you craft your piece de resistance!

Tip No. 109: Next time you make ice cubes add an olive to each one. Not only is it visually appealing, it will also add a nice taste to your drink as the ice melts. You can also get creative with your ice and use sprigs of fresh dill, peppercorns, basil leaves, crushed chilies, or small pickled onions. The sky's the limit!

Tip No. 21: Don't have all the ingredients to make a Caesar? Well, don't worry. "The Works" Clamato Juice by Motts comes preseasoned. Just pour, add vodka, and drink!

Tip No. 63: Premix all you Caesar ingredients in a large container. It makes for less mess, less time mixing drinks, and more time spent on the patio with family and friends. Plus, it also keeps for a long time in the fridge, so you don't need to worry about making too much!