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Created back in 1969 by Walter Chell of the Owl’s Nest Bar in Calgary, Alberta, this Canadian version of a classic hangover cure uses Clamato juice. Like a Bloody Mary, garnishes can include just about anything you want, from celery stalks to prawns. What to buy: Clamato is a spicy tomato drink spiked with clam juice. Look for it in the juice aisle of the grocery store. We opted for a pickled green bean garnish for this drink. The Mean Beans by Rick’s Picks have good crunch and a nice bite. This recipe was featured as part of both our Drinks Around the World story and our Tailgating Recipes photo gallery.
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