Recipe - Fireworks Caesar (Extra Spicy)-O Canada

Recipe - Fireworks Tall Caesar (Extra Spicy)

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350 mL Clamato Juice

30 mL vodka

45ml gold tequila

1 tsp Worcestershire (aka Worchester) sauce

3 tsp hot sauce

1/8 tsp grated horseradish

salt and pepper to taste

lime juice

Clamato Rimmer Seasoning Salt

Preparation: RIM a glass with lime juice and Clamato Rimmer seasoning salt. Fill glass with ice and add above ingredients, stir to mix. Garnish with lime wedge.

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