Mint Julep

My Garden Life
May 28, 2017

Ingredients

About 20 mint leaves, plus more for garnish

2 teaspoon sugar or 2 teaspoon simple syrup

2-3 ounces bourbon

Directions

Put mint leaves and sugar (or syrup) in a Mint Julep cup or an old-fashioned glass. Muddle until dissolved into a fragrant mash. Add bourbon, stir. Fill glass with crushed ice and stir until glass is frosty. Garnish with mint leaves.

Mint plants are one of the easiest to grow perennial herbs in the garden or in containers. Better yet, mints are available in a wide range of flavors. Click here for a list. You’ll want to try them all!

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