The classic Mint Julep has been synonymous with the Kentucky Derby since 1938, and although its 4-ingredient recipe is simple, one’s taste for this concoction may vary as much as the horses that run for the roses.
By Todd Martin
Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 3:00 am (Updated: May 1, 3:01 am)
If you’d like to get a mint julep at your favorite bar, you better cash in this week. This Southern staple can be hard to locate at any time other than that because a lot of bars don’t normally stock mint. And without mint all you have is, well, bourbon and sugar.
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