For dazzling drinks, decorate the rims of glasses.
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Dip the rim of an upturned glass in a saucer for soft icing,
allow the excess icing to drip off, then dip it into a saucer of
Leave the glass upside down to allow the sprinkles to stick
before turning the glass upright. Fill the glasses with cocktails
and add a staw to each one to finish.
Glasses, £14.50, David Mellor. Coloured sprinkles, £2.99 for
80g, Sainsbury's. Striped paper straws, £2.95 for 25,
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