- From the trademark Clamato, a blend of clam and tomato (Wiktionary)
“Half and half clamato juice and fresh squeezed orange juice, a piece each of onion and celery, juice from a couple of squeezed limes, seasoning salt and hot sauce to taste.”
“We like some of the clamato added though as it gives that nice toxic red color like the bottled Sauza sangrita but doesn't leave a stick in your throat tomato flavor.”
“Next thing: relax, watch t. v and at some point get a cold drink with lemon juice, salt and Clamato (always, always have clamato in your home ...).”
“The first trend to reverse would be for wire service reporters to put down the clamato juice, step away from the lobster fest, and understand that marine life should not be described as "seafood.”
“Beer and clamato juice is the way to go ... and get the extra spicy ... some places will call it a red eye and it's great for a change or for a hangover.”
“If you can embrace the flavors, tomato, clamato (which you can make yourself using leftover juice from canned clams) and spicy V-8 can all be incorporated in a healthy way.”
“Fill remainder of glass with equal parts clamato and prune juice.”
“Then season to taste, the PARADE likes a little Old Bay Seasoning and Tabasco in a 2 beer to 1 clamato mix with a lemon juice squirt.”
“I have to take issue with Wayne's inclusion of beef boullion in a Bloody Caesar because I'd always thought there was a different classification of drink called a bull shot that used beef boullion instead of tomato or clamato juice.”
“(popular in Manitoba and Saskatchewan) adds clamato juice (tomato juice and clam broth).”
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