Tang with a twist!!

Tang, a citric juice powder available at all times and all round the globe.

Today, for Ramadan Special, on glittercut.com, we chose Tang juice as the sweet-tangy taste is a treat to the taste buds, while being great refresher during the summer heat. So, here we go…

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Tang Drink mix (flavor of your choice)

Chilled water


For Garnishing


Liquid food color

Lemon juice

Sweet lime (Round sliced)


In a vessel, add water and add desired number of spoons of Tang Drink Mix as per your taste, then add sugar depending on how sweet you like your drink to be. stir it really well, till the sugar and the drink mix is completely dissolved in the water.

Your drink is ready.

For serving

Take little sugar in a bowl, add 1-2 drops of food color of your choice and mix well till no clumps remain and sugar is all colored. Spread the sugar in a wide plate. In a separate wide plate, take some lemon syrup.

Take the empty juice glass, immerse its brim into the lemon plate and then placing the inverted glass in the sugar plate. (the result will come out as shown in the image)

Once the brim of the glass are decorated, add juice and then leave slice of sweet lemon in it.


You can replace swet lime slices with any citric fruit slices of your choice.

For the colored sugar, you can choose any color which compliments your juice or any random color will make drink more exotic.

Enjoy the chilled drink and comment below how did you like the drink..?

17 thoughts on “Tang with a twist!!

  1. I am so oblivious to my surroundings, I thought they stopped making Tang in the 90’s. Ooops.

    Reminds me a little of a drink I created when I tended bar and couldn’t actually have alcohol but I wanted something more interesting than water. I’d take orange juice, Sprite, and some grenadine (red sugar syrup) and mix it all up with maraschino cherries. I called it a sunset (as opposed to a tequila sunrise). Yummmy yummy.

    Tang. Hmm. May have to try this.

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    1. LOL!! Its still exists.. I am so sire coz I tried it out just last week🤣🤣
      Woow!! Bartenders seem to be so creative and resourceful with their drinks and niki .. what more have you done, gosh.. interesting

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      1. Waitress, cashier, dressing room attendant for a female impersonator, wood worker, daycare assistant, retail store assistant manager, retail softline manager, electronic repair shop wench, house cleaner, dog walker, babysitter, factory worker packing trash bags, bartending, motel night auditor, volunteer at a pet clinic grooming animals…I’ve done a bit of everything.
        Waiting tables and doing the drag shows were the most rewarding, though, financially and psychologically.

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    1. I love the orange flavor..
      Ohhh really.. I will be indebted to you.. I didn’t know we had anything as such though,, how oblivious of me..
      Thanks a ton in advance ❤️

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      1. That’s one of my favourite ones too. It’s been so long since I last had Tang! I take it at my duty to encourage fellow bloggers. The post should be up by tomorrow. 😉

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