We created our Coral colored cocktail rim sugar when some friends asked if we could make a batch of apple-infused bellinis with the wine they brought back from Napa. The rim sugar? It added the perfect sparkling touch - a true coral pink, with just a hint of red and orange undertone. We loved the sparkle this added to the usual drink garnish.
The result: A relaxed brunch filled with stories about wine country (and a long, lazy nap in the sun after everyone left).
The 2.5 oz tin - will rim up to 50 standard martini glasses or champagne flutes, depending on the size of the glass and how much sugar you use. Serving size per glass: 1/4 teaspoon.
The 10 oz bulk bag will rim up to 200 standard martini glasses or champagne flutes. The 20 oz bulk bag will rim up to 400 standard glasses.
TIN SIZE: About 3" x 1". The tins are big enough to dip a champagne flute into, but smaller than a standard martini glass. This is not a martini rimming container. Why? Because with products sold in a martini rimming tin, you end up wasting half of it when the sugar gets gloppy. (And we hate wasting this stuff!)
HOW TO USE: We include directions with each order. All you need is a plate; a bowl; and something to moisten the rim of your glass. (We recommend using simple syrup. Do not use water only - it will dissolve your sugar.) For step-by-step directions with photos, see our tutorial here.
STORAGE: Please keep stored in a cool, dark and dry location.
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