mint julep

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mint julep:

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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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If you are allowed by law to sell spirits, try conducting a special event that would include a small-batch bourbon tasting, as well as Mint Juleps. Cheese straws would be a wonderful snack to offer alongside the drinks Throughout the store, have displays of the various flavors of Southern cheese straws and offer samples to shoppers, reminding them that cheese straws go very well with any of these delicious and traditional foods from the South.
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The book, which measures 10.25x10.25", is heavily illustrated with color photos and even includes a recipe for a mint julep in its discussion of the Kentucky Derby.
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THINK THE MINT JULEP is the end-all of bourbon cocktails?
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A cocktail then was more commonly known as a "bittered sling." It was common practice in the pre-Civil War South to consume the first "slinger," usually a mint julep in the morning for strength.
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Spring, when fresh mint is in bloom, is the only time any self-respecting bartender in Kentucky will mix up a MINT JULEP. To make, dissolve one teaspoon of sugar into one-half teaspoon of water, rub two or three mint sprigs with your fingers to bruise them and rim a glass with them.
Every paid attendee drew a Kentucky Derby Horse to cheer for in the race with a chance to win a price plus there was a Ladies Hat contest, Men's boot contest, Silent Auction, Live Auction, Photo Booth, Wine Pull, Seated dinner, complimentary wine, beer and a mint Julep toast.
Midday is the Mint Julep, 2pm the Classic Champagne Cocktail, 5pm the Carolina Plantation Bracer, 6pm The Colonial Cooler, 7.30pm The Americano, 9pm the Martini and The Sazerac brings a rather boozy day to a close at midnight.