Lavender Sugar Rim

This upscale lavender sugar not only makes for a delicious rim on a cocktail but you also can sprinkle it on desserts, fresh fruit or cakes.
By / Photography By Heather Gill | May 15, 2012

Instructions

Place lavender buds and 1/4 cup of sugar into a food processor and grind until blended and powdery. Mix with remaining sugar and store in an airtight container.

Try with: Lavender Gin Sour

These recipes and notes are from a wonderful new book called Edible Cocktails: From Garden to Glass—Seasonal Cocktails with a Fresh Twist by Natalie Bovis, the Liquid Muse, F+W Media, April 2012.

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Ingredients

  • 2 heaping tablespoons of dried lavender buds (Some health, herb or tea shops carry dried lavender flowers. You can also buy fresh lavender at many farmers' markets: Remove the flowers and dry them yourself on a baking sheet.)
  • 1 cup white granulated sugar
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