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Bloody Caesar aux épices BBQ à l'ail noir

Black Garlic BBQ Spice Bloody Caesar

Black Garlic BBQ Spice Bloody Caesar

The spices that revolutionize the classic cocktail

Enjoy a new version of the traditional Bloody Caesar with our unique recipe, enhanced by black garlic BBQ spices. These spices, composed of black garlic powder, maple sugar, sea salt, chili powder, black pepper, paprika, cumin, coriander and mustard, bring unparalleled aromatic richness and a touch of subtle sweetness thanks to the sugar. maple.

Bloody Mary vs. Bloody Caesar: A cocktail duel

Origins and distinctions

The Bloody Mary, often credited as a hangover cure, has its roots in 1920s France and quickly became popular in New York. Made from vodka, tomato juice, lemon juice and seasonings, it stands out for its simplicity. The Bloody Caesar, a Canadian innovation from the 1960s, transforms this base by incorporating Clamato, a mixture of tomato juice and clam broth, providing additional complexity.

Alcohol-free versions

For those who prefer to avoid alcohol, the Virgin Mary and Virgin Caesar versions maintain flavor integrity while eliminating the vodka. These alternatives allow everyone to enjoy the rich palette of tastes of these cocktails, whatever the occasion.

A variety of tastes for all palates

The Bloody Mary and Bloody Caesar lend themselves to countless variations, allowing home mixologists to customize their cocktails. Whether it's playing with spices, toppings, or spiciness levels, each version offers a new way to enjoy these timeless classics.

🔍 Information Details
⏱️ Preparation time 10 minutes
🍳 Cooking time 0 minutes
⏲️ Total time 10 minutes
🔧 Difficulty level Easy
🍽️ Servings 1
🔥 Calories (approximate) 150 per serving

  • 1.5 oz (45 ml) vodka
  • 4 oz (120 ml) Clamato (tomato juice and clams)
  • 0.5 oz (15 ml) fresh lemon juice
  • 2 drops of Worcestershire sauce
  • 2 drops of Tabasco style hot sauce or other (your choice, depending on spiciness preference)
  • Black garlic BBQ spices , to frost the rim of the glass and season
  • Ice cubes
  • Celery stalk and lemon wedge, to garnish

  1. Frost the edge of the glass:

  2. Mix the cocktail:

  3. Serve :

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Frequently Asked Questions about Bloody Caesar with Black Garlic BBQ Spices

Q1: What type of vodka do you recommend for this recipe?

A1: For this recipe, a good quality, neutral-flavored vodka is ideal so as not to overpower the unique flavors of the black garlic BBQ spices.

Q2: Can I make this cocktail in advance?

A2: It is best to prepare the Bloody Caesar just before serving to maintain the freshness and effervescence of the mixture. However, you can pre-mix all the ingredients except the vodka and ice cubes, and keep them in the refrigerator until ready to serve.

Q3: Are there any non-alcoholic alternatives to this recipe?

A3: Yes, for a non-alcoholic version, simply replace the vodka with sparkling water or a little more Clamato to maintain the flavors while eliminating the alcohol.

Q4: What additional garnishes would go well with this cocktail?

A4: In addition to the celery stalk and lemon wedge, you can add an olive, a slice of cucumber or even a shrimp for a touch of whimsy and extra flavor.

Q5: How do I adjust the spiciness of the cocktail?

A5: Adjust the spiciness by changing the amount of hot sauce to taste. Start with a drop or two, taste, and add more as needed.

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