HOW TO MAKE INSTA-READY COCKTAILS GARNISHES
Updated: May 22
Garnishes are a great way to add some fun to your cocktails, and they look fab in photos too! They can help to add height, texture and colour to your drinks, making for better images. We hope this article informs you how to make cocktail garnishes
Here are some of our favorites:
Devil’s horns are a great way to spice up a spooky cocktail! Cut a slit into the tops of two red chillies and slot onto the rim of a martini glass for a super simple, effective halloween garnish.
Pineapple spears add drama and height to a pina colada! Just pull a few green spears from the top of a fresh pineapple and pop them into the glass.
Try using sweets to add some colour and playfulness to a drink. Just pop a sweet onto a metal cocktail stick and rest on top of the glass.
Edible flowers are a lovely way to add a touch of femininity to a cocktail.
Mini pansies are a great choice as they’re small enough not to overwhelm the glass, as well as being super cute!
Cut orange peel into a rectangle with angled edges, then fold in half and cut a slit in the center to slot over your glass!
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