Some cocktails need a sugar rim. But how do you actually do it? Here is my tip: There are various methods for moistening the glass rim. One of the best known is to cut a piece of lime or lemon. This is then placed with the notch on the edge of the glass and drawn along it in a circle in order to moisten it sufficiently with juice from inside and outside. Then the glass is turned over, put in the prepared sugar and turned a few times – done! As an alternative to fresh citrus juice, some bartenders use the popular Rose’s Lime Juice, which is otherwise used for gimlets and other cocktails, for example, and is therefore always in stock in many bars. Its sugar content makes for attractive sugar edges.