We wouldn't normally think of this as a winter drink since it evokes the Kentucky Derby and large spring hats. But, given our new addition of a bottle of Maker's Mark, we were looking for bourbon recipes to play with. This drink is strong, refreshing and not overwhelmingly minty. Did we mention strong? Cheers!
4 Fresh mint sprigs
2 1/2 oz. Bourbon
2 Level teaspoons powdered sugar
2 Teaspoons water
Muddle the mint, sugar and water in a glass. (If you don't have a muddler, the back of a wooden spoon works fine.) Add crushed ice and pour in the bourbon.
Ahhhh, but spring is not far away and why not get a refeshing cocktail ready for its arrival? Cheers!ReplyDelete
Woot! Woot! Nothing like a good Springtime drink to get one psyched for the next snowstorm! Cheers!ReplyDelete
Ahh, this makes bourbon actually seem enjoyable :)ReplyDelete
Hi there Anita!ReplyDelete
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Thank you so much in advance for adding me to your blogroll and I look forward to reading your posts (I've subscribed!) and maybe even featuring some of your own posts as I do plan on a weekly roundup of Thai themed recipes and posts from other food bloggers.
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Any day is a good day to enjoy a glass of this.I came across your site from the foodieblogroll and I'd love to guide Foodista readers to your site. I hope you could add this mint julep widget at the end of this post so we could add you in our list of food bloggers who blogged about recipes for mint julep,Thanks!ReplyDelete
I bet there are a lot of toasts being made with these today!!! Happy Derby Day~ReplyDelete