The Paloma cocktail is a tequila cocktail poured with fresh grapefruit juice, club soda and rimmed with salt. If you don’t like salty cocktails you can swap out the salt for a sweeter alternative. Try this Sugar Rimmed Paloma Cocktail with a Bruleed Grapefruit wedge. The bruleed grapefruit wedge is coated with sugar then burnt into the grapefruit wedge for a sweet flavor and tasty garnish.
If salted rimmed glasses are too harsh for you replace the salt with sugar.
Growing up in Florida we went to the beach nearly every weekend. Luckily I made it through the waves with no shark bites, jelly fish stings or a bad case of sea rash. One thing that was certain was getting salt water in my mouth. Gross! That is what ruined me with salt rimmed cocktails. If I drink a Margarita or Paloma cocktail I am flashing back to being smacked in the face by a wave. With that smack in the face came a mouth full of salt water. Here comes sugar to the rescue. The opposite of salty is sweet and that is how I make my margaritas and Paloma cocktails.
You can never have too many Grapefruit cocktails.
When I buy grapefruit I buy it in bulk. I just made another fantastic grapefruit cocktail using gin and cilantro. Check out my recipe for Cilantro Grapefruit Gin and Tonic or my Citrus Sage Vodka Cocktail if you want to add variety to your bar menu. If the Grapefruit Brulee wedges caught your eye you have to see my Grapefruit Brulee over Vanilla Ice Cream for dessert.
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Sugar Rimmed Palamo Cocktail
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