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Osmo Cocktail Salt Rimmer & Glass Rimming Salts, For Home Or Gifting

Bottles Of Osmo Cocktail Glass Rimming Salt
[1] A salt rimming tray and three flavored salts (photos #1, #3, and #4 © Osmo Salt).

A 3-tier Cocktail Salt Rimmer
[2] Rimming trays without the salts are also available (photo © Ton Jim | Amazon).

A Bottle Of Grapefruit Lime Rimming Salt
[3] How about this grapefruit-lime rimming salt instead of plain salt on a Paloma cocktail?

A Bottle Of Osmo Mango Chili Glass-Rimming Salt
[4] Beyond cocktails, try this Mango Chili salt on a glass of orange juice or tomato juice.

 

In every Margarita recipe we’ve printed (more than 33 of them), we’ve advised applying the salt rim with a saucer of salt. Now there’s a fun gadget for glass rimming salts, a boon for those who make a lot of rimmed drinks—or need a gift for someone who does.

It’s the Rimming Accessory from Osmo Salt, making it easy to rim Margaritas and other cocktails. Three trays give you the option of using three different salts—and you can store the salts inside the tray for the next time you need them.
 
 
EASY RIM GARNISHES FOR YOUR COCKTAILS

Durable and dishwasher safe, the three-tier glass rimmer tray is made of high-quality, food-safe ABS plastic. It closes for compact storage. There’s no need to throw out the salt left in a bowl or saucer.

Osmo Salt’s rimming set includes three rimming salts:

  • Mango Chili Rimming Salt
  • Strawberry Lime Rimming Salt
  • Grapefruit Lime Rimming Salt
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    There are numerous other choices to add to your collection, from Black Flakey Sea Salt to Smokey Sea Salt to Flakey Sriracha Sea Salt.

    If you want only the rimming tray, you can find versions online.

    Ready to add some pizzazz to your drinks? Head to OsmoSalt.com.
     
     
    TYPES OF COCKTAIL RIMS

    Rimming salts get the most attention, either plain coarse salt (“Margarita salt”) or flavored salts. Beyond salts, you can pair your cocktails with:

  • Sugar rims: in a broad variety of flavors.
  • Spice rims: cayenne pepper, celery salt, chili powder, cocoa powder, fennel pollen, sesame seeds, and za’atar, for example, along with dried herbs.
  • Spice blend rims: dukkah, Tajin.
  • Crushed candy rims: assorted hard candies, candy canes, lemon drops, Pop Rocks, sour balls, sprinkles, etc.
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    Popular cocktails that use a salt rim include the Bloody Mary, Caballito, Margarita, Michelada, Michelada, Salty Dog, and almost any mezcal drink.

    Sweet rims are traditional on the Brandy Crusta, Lemon Drop, and Sidecar, and you can add them to anything from a Cosmopolitan to a Mojito, a Mai Tai and all the Tiki and tropical drinks.

    Beyond cocktails, you can add fun and flavorful rims to:

  • Chai
  • Hot chocolate
  • Juices
  • Soft drinks and more
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    BONUS: If you add salt to an apple or other fruit (it amplifies the fruit’s natural sweetness*), try fruity finishing salts instead of table salt. You’ll be pleasantly surprised!

     
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    *When you sprinkle a bit of salt on a slice of apple that isn’t sweet enough or flavorful enough for you, or if it’s too tart, the apple tastes much sweeter. Of course, the apple has the same amount of sugar as it had before. But the salt diminishes your perception of the acidity in the fruit, allowing you to taste the sugar compounds better. This works with other fruits, too, including melons and overly-tart grapefruit. It’s a way to “salvage” taste-challenged fruit.

     
     

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