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julep

(jo͞olĭp) or

mint julep,

alcoholic beverage of the S United States. Its basis is properly bourbon whiskey, which is combined with water, sugar, crushed ice, and mint leaves. Juleps are sometimes made with other liquors or flavorings.
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Presentation of sipping whiskeys for all guests at Julep is splashy: Neat pours are served in Glencairn whisky glasses, with eyedroppers to add just the right amount of branch water.
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Plymouth Rock Julep (Nick Nistico, Premier Beverage Company) 2 parts Rye whiskey 1 part Crop Organic Spiced Pumpkin Vodka 1/2 part cinnamon syrup 5 dashes Bitter Truth Aromatic Bitters Swizzle all ingredients with ice and then top with crushed ice.
Dishes include Butternut Squash Bisque with White Chocolate Cream, Duck Nachos (duck confit, Gouda, mint pico de gallo, and pickled red onions atop corn tortillas and drizzled with blackberry syrup), and you can't forget about their famous Mint Julep Chicken and Waffles with mint butter (of course) and George Dickel syrup.
He found, he insisted brilliantly, drunks everywhere vomiting on their own and each other's shoes; madness that filled him with even more fear and loathing than Las Vegas - a rather self-righteous reaction in view of the fact that he spent his visit, and most of the rest of his life, under the influence of substances much more toxic and much less legal than mint julep, but one that served to reinforce the perception even among members of his liberal readership.
To serve a mint julep, full a 16-ounce martini shaker with crushed ice, add 2 tablespoons of mint julep syrup and a shot of bourbon, and stir to combine.