Walter All-Natural Craft Caesar Mix Classic Spice
946 mL
Most Caesars in Canada are made with things like added MSG, artificial colours, flavours and high-fructose corn syrup. Walter isn’t. Check out the difference.

Sometimes nothing beats a classic, and Walter is the perfect ready-to-serve mix to make the Canadian classic we all know and love even better. Just add vodka. That said, there are many more unique and exciting ways to mix and serve Walter.

  • All natural ingredients
  • No artificial MSG added
  • No artificial colours, flavours or preservatives
  • No high fructose corn syrup
  • Gluten free
  • Craft small batch production
  • Ocean Wise recommended
  • Proudly made in Canada.

Ingredients: Water, Tomato Paste, Clam Juice, Lemon Juice Concentrate, Sea Salt, Sugar, Vinegar, Aged Cayenne Pepper, Horseradish, Spices, Onion Powder, Garlic Powder, Tamari (Water, Soybeans, Salt). Contains: Clams (Shellfish), Soybeans.

THE CAESAR – A Brief History
A unique Canadian invention, the Caesar was first developed in Calgary, Alberta by bartender Walter Chell in 1969. Chell spent months creating the drink, drawing inspiration from the classic pasta dish, Spaghetti Vongole. An instant hit with patrons, The Caesar was born and is now the most popular cocktail in Canada - in fact, Canadians drink 350 million Caesars every year!

1 oz vodka
5 oz Walter Craft Caesar Mix (Classic Spice)
1 squeeze fresh lime juice
rim: Walter Craft Caesar Rim
garnish: candied bacon, pickled bean, lime wedge
optional: add fresh grated horseradish


1 oz tequila (or mezcal)
5 oz Walter Craft Caesar Mix (Classic Spice)
0.5 oz orange or pineapple juice
2 dash hot sauce
1 dash Worcestershire sauce
1 squeeze fresh lime juice
rim: Walter Craft Caesar Rim
garnish: lime wedge, salt / peppered tomato wheel


1 oz gin (sake, soju, vodka also work well in this recipe)
5 oz Walter Craft Caesar Mix (Mild Spice)
1 bar spoon Sriracha hot sauce
1 dash soy sauce
small pinch ginger powder
1 squeeze fresh lemon juice
rim: Walter Craft Caesar Rim
garnish: anything seafood (grilled prawn, scallop), lemon wedge


1 oz vodka
5 oz Walter Craft Caesar Mix (Mild Spice)
1 bar spoon maple syrup
1 dash hot sauce
2 dash Worcestershire sauce
1 squeeze fresh lime juice
rim: coat rim in maple syrup (or honey), dip in Walter Craft Caesar Rim
garnish: candied bacon, candied salmon, lime wedge

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Amanda: about a month ago

i really wanted to like this, but it just tasted terrible. Poured the whole drink out. Spice your own vegetable cocktail, save yourself the money.

Kim: a few months ago

Delicious! Will be re-ordering for sure.

Jaimie: a few months ago

Bought a bunch of these for Christmas presents to gift with minis of vodka and the walter caesar rim, was an absolute hit with everyone!

Larry: a few months ago

Don't bother. Just buy a cheap can of tomato juice, you won't taste the difference. This is highly over rated!

Mike: a few months ago

Absolutely the best ceaser mix out there! I buy it in bulk to save on shipping.

Tealia: a few months ago

What I think of when I think Caesar. Pre-mixed and not too spicy (I got mild) and you can taste the difference. Real ingredients (like it has to be refrigerated and drink within 7 days! - no problem there) and its CANADIAN!! season 10 dragon's den for full details.

Mike: a few months ago

Great product. I will buy again.

Amelia: about a year ago

The Walter brand of ceasar mixes are the best we've tasted. We won't go back to Motts after tasting this. It's great that it's a Canadian company using real ingredients!

Kallie: more than a year ago

To be honest I was expecting to be blown away since everyone seems to like this - but it's just okay. The Caesars I make with Motts Clamato are better. This mix is very thick (tomato juice consistency) and wasn't very spicy. But it's a Canadian product so I thought I'd give it a try - I won't be buying again though.

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