There are many ingredients that go into making the classic Mint Julep cocktail, but the most important ones are Bourbon, Sugar, Water, and Crushed or Shaved Ice.
What glass is a Mint Julep served in?
The Mint Julep is typically served in a copper Mint Julep mug, although a Moscow Mule copper mug will also do. if you don’t have any of those available, consider a lowball rocks glass as a last resort. If you don’t own the right glassware for this cocktail, consider some of the options below.
How to make a Mint Julep
Below are the ingredients and directions for a Mint Julep. We hope you love this drink as much as we do.
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I swear to god! This guy ruins almost every recipe I’ve seen??, someone pls. Stop him!!! You don’t shake a mint julep? You muddle and build it in a glass..I’ve had serious problems with this guys recipes in the past and he’s like a cancer to the bartending world!!!
Thank you Anthony. We posted the link to this vid a while back, definitely gonna switch it out for one that can do the mint julep more justice. We’d love your opinion on more of our content.