How about something orangey? We too a super simple orange sugar by mixing orange zest with granulated sugar. Still on the sweet side, we used color sugar crystals.
This one is great for themed parties. Buy the colored sugar that matches and enjoy!
How about a chili salt. Well, it may sound fancy, but it is ridiculously easy to make. Mix together course salt and some Mexican chili powder.
Turn the glass upside down and dip it. Some bartenders recommend twisting the glass to get more stuff on the rim; some advise not. Try it both ways to see what works for you.
Generally, not twisting will result in less ladies want nsa TN Monterey 38574 on the rim, but lkoking might be a good thing. Tips and Techniques Before you start, get the following together: The rimming saucer: Use plenty to make sure the rim gets covered, and make sure the circle of powder is bigger in diameter than the rim of your glass.
For salt, I prefer the look and taste of coarse sea looking to rimmed and topped or kosher salt, but you can use regular table salt. One of my favorites is coarse turbinado sugar, which looks like little golden crystals along the rim of the glass.
The moistener: Alternatively, you can also pour simple syrup onto another saucer and dip the glass in. Here are some suggestions: Perfect for chocolate martinis.
Delicious with lots of cocktails — consider ones that use Kahlua, Baileys, orange or chocolate liqueurs. Spicy Rim 1. Mix 1 part coarse salt with one part chili powder cayenne, chipotle.
Spicy Rim 2. Mix equal parts coarse salt, paprika, onion powder and garlic powder. Celery Salt.
Great for Bloody Marys. Crushed candy or cookies. Basically, anything you can powder can be used as a rim.