Char Blue Premium Ceasar blend
Caesar’s keep getting more elaborate, The simple celery stick was replaced by the spicy bean ages ago, but now you can get anything from pickled vegetables to pepperoni sticks to freakish little hamburgers served on a stick bobbing in your Clamato. What’s lost in these Frankenstein versions of Canada’s favourite hangover cure is the modest and undervalued spice rim.
Young’s spice blend makes the rim a main feature again. It’s potent, with ingredients like juniper berries, coriander, paprika, cayenne, cinnamon and oregano. In fact, celery seed is one of the last ingredients on the list.
At first sip, the fruity juniper berries come through, followed by a hit of the spice from the chilli and cayenne, then finishes on a herbal note with the slightly bitter oregano.
It’s a Caesar blend for the refined pallet. For those who drank a fine bottle of BC wine – or two – on Saturday and want a well spiced Caesar – and fresh squeezed orange juice, artisan americano and a glass of sparkling water, followed by a shameful can of Coca Cola – to cure their hangover.
- Small Batch made
10 places to buy Char Blue Premium
4142 Hastings St, Burnaby
4548 Hastings St, Burnaby
Second Floor Eatery
2665 Renfrew St, Vancouver
One Big Table Shop
1440 St Paul St, Kelowna
All Natural & Exotic Meats
Unit #103, 223 Mountain Hwy, North Vancouver
96 Kyle St, Port Moody
1340 E Hastings St, Vancouver
Market Meats Kitsilano
2326 W 4th Ave, Vancouver
1383 W 8th Ave, Vancouver
114 Moody St, Port Moody
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