Mint Julep - Woodford Reserve
To prepare mint julep mixture, pour 3 1/2 cups of bourbon into a large glass bowl or glass pitcher. Add 1 cup of the simple syrup to the bourbon. Now begin adding the mint …
The Best Mint Julep Recipe - 17 Mint Julep Drinks in 2020
Mint Julep. The traditional Derby Day cocktail, and a southern ritual crafted from bourbon, simple syrup and mint. Ingredients. 2 oz. Straight Bourbon Whiskey. …
This Is The Mint Julep Recipe Served At The Kentucky Derby
Preparation. To highball glass or silver Julep cup, add minted simple syrup, then 1 cup crushed ice, bourbon, and splash of water. Add enough of remaining ice to almost fill …
Best Mint Julep Recipe - How to Make a Mint Bourbon
Express the essential oils in the mint and rub them inside the glass. To the same glass, add simple syrup, bourbon and crushed ice. Stir. Garnish with more ice and fresh mint. Build this drink in a tall glass with ice. Mix the ingredients in your glass with ice then stir. Garnish with mint …
Mint Julep | Martha Stewart
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Mint Julep Recipe | The Perfect Recipe with Bourbon & Easy
The mint used in juleps is called Corsican Mint. It has tiny leaves & the plant grows as a ground cover - much different than peppermint and similar varieties. The flavor is very strong.
Mint julep recipe - BBC Good Food
Shake the bourbon, mint leaves and sugar syrup with ice and strain into a highball glass or julep tin filled with crushed ice. Churn gently with a long-handled spoon and top with more crushed ice.
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One of the oldest American cocktails, the mint julep originated in Virginia and was popularized in Kentucky. The two states have bickered over the proper way to prepare one for the past 200 years. No matter: It soon became the signature cocktail of the South.
The Perfect Mint Julep Recipe | Food Network
The mint julep is a drink steeped in rich history. What most don’t know is that, before the drink became a signature bourbon cocktail, it was actually made with rum. The South willingly traded tobacco for the spirituous libation, distilled by New England settlers. Rum soon became, in the opinion