Caesar With Oregano Essential Oil

The Caesar - a classic Canadian beverage, also known as A Bloody Mary south of the border - is a spicy tomato beverage that is both refreshing and potentially a little healthy with all of the vegetables it contains. Traditionally an alcoholic beverage, this classic drink can be made without alcohol and still taste great. The added twist to this recipe is the addition of Oregano Essential Oil.

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Servings: 1

Prep Time: 05:00

Cook Time: 00:00

Main Ingredients

1 .5 ounces vodka (optional)

2 dashes hot sauce


4 dashes worcestershire sauce

5 ounces clamato juice

celery salt on plate

1 drop oregano essential oil

1 slice of lime

1/2 celery stalk

3 - 4 ice cubes


1Create a celery salt rim on the glass by wetting the top of the glass and dipping the rim in the celery salt on the plate.

2Add 3-4 ice cubes to the glass.

3Add each ingredient listed above to the glass.

4Garnish with celery stalk and lime.

Additional Notes

Always use high-quality, therapeutic grade essential oils. To purchase the Oregano Essential Oil for this recipe, follow this link: Visit for more information about using essential oils while cooking, safety precautions, and other recipe ideas.

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