1920s – Hell Bent & Jazz Crazed
Sweet / Refreshing / Boozy
It was in the southern United States that the Mint Julep as we know it today took off. Traditionally churned for medicinal purposes, the drink was soon to become the drink of choice for its refreshing qualities (we reckon the large measure of booze helped too). With bourbon being the common tipple in that part of the world, it was only natural to have it feature in the local favourite.
- Maker’s Mark
- Fresh Mint
- Simple Syrup