HARD SHOT Premium Caesar Bliss

HARD SHOT Premium Caesar Bliss

Elevate your Caesar experience with the smooth sophistication of HARD SHOT Premium Vodka. This Caesar Bliss recipe combines the richness of the vodka with the classic flavors of a Caesar, creating a cocktail that's perfect for brunch or any social gathering.


  • 1.5 oz HARD SHOT Premium Vodka
  • 4 oz Clamato Juice
  • 1/2 oz Freshly Squeezed Lime Juice
  • 1 dash Worcestershire Sauce
  • 1 dash Hot Sauce (adjust to spice preference)
  • Celery Salt for Rim
  • Ice Cubes
  • Garnish: Celery Stick, Lime Wedge, Pickle


Prepare the Glass: Rim a highball glass with celery salt. To do this, moisten the rim with a lime wedge, then dip it into a plate of celery salt, coating the edge.
Add Ice to the Glass: Fill the rimmed highball glass with ice cubes, creating a crisp and refreshing base for your Caesar.
Build the Cocktail: In the glass with ice, add 1.5 oz of HARD SHOT Premium Vodka, followed by 4 oz of Clamato juice for the perfect balance of tomato and clam flavors.
Squeeze in Fresh Lime Juice: Add a half-ounce of freshly squeezed lime juice to brighten the flavors with a citrusy kick.
Dash of Worcestershire Sauce: Enhance the savory notes with a dash of Worcestershire sauce. Adjust the amount to your taste preference.
Add a Dash of Hot Sauce: Spice things up with a dash of your favorite hot sauce. Adjust according to your desired level of heat.
Stir Gently: Use a stir stick or spoon to gently mix the ingredients, ensuring an even distribution of flavors.
Garnish Creatively: Top off your Caesar Bliss with a celery stick for a satisfying crunch, a lime wedge for an extra burst of citrus, and a pickle for a delightful savory twist.
Enjoy Responsibly: Sip and savor the balanced and savory goodness of your HARD SHOT Premium Caesar Bliss. Cheers to a classic cocktail with a premium twist!

Whether it's brunch or an evening gathering, the HARD SHOT Premium Caesar Bliss is a delightful companion for those who appreciate the refined taste of a well-crafted Caesar.

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