Brides: get ready to make your wedding bar pop! We’ve told you about signature cocktails for weddings, how to make a wedding drink station, and we’ve showed you seven clever wedding drink accessories. Today, we’re sharing a new idea: gold cocktail sugar! Gold sugar dresses up your drinks in an instant… and it’s easy to do! Plus, it fits right in for winter and holiday themed weddings, parties, and new years soirees. Read on to find out more… plus, see how you can win gold cocktail sugar for your bar from Dell Cove Spices — enough to rim 100 standard martini glasses!
Gold Cocktail Sugar for your Bar
Gold rimmed glasses adds a festive touch to your martinis, champagne glasses, or other signature drink. This gold cocktail sugar is filled with sugar crystals that glisten like bits of burnt gold around the rim of your glass. It looks festive, tastes sweet + sugary, and provides a great conversation starter with guests.
You can add gold cocktail sugar to champagne glasses, wine glasses, or martini glasses, depending on your drink of choice.
Gold Cocktail Sugar Giveaway
We wouldn’t get you all excited about this sugar without offering you a sweet deal, would we? ;) Our friends at Dell Cove Spices) (and let me tell you, there’s oh-so-sweet!) are offering a special 40 oz. gold cocktail sugar gift to one lucky Emmaline Bride reader. This giveaway is for 40 oz of sugar, enough to rim 100 standard martini glasses, and comes in food-service, resealable bags. It also includes how-to directions of how to rim your glasses, three drink recipes, and a full ingredients list. Enter for a chance to win between 12/4-12/10/13 (11:59pm EST) using the entry form below. Prize value: $44. Free shipping to U.S. only. No cash value. Past giveaway winners within 30 days not eligible to win. Winner will be randomly selected and announced on the blog post on 12/11. Winner will be emailed; winner has 72 hours to respond to email or a new winner will be selected. Winner must ‘order’ prize within 6 months. Good luck!
Will you be using gold cocktail sugar or another drink accessory at your wedding? Tell us below!
P.S. Have questions on stocking the bar? Check out our article on how to stock the bar at a wedding to help!