2 Mint Julep

Take a tall bar glass and add a tablespoon of sugar syrup, a dozen mint leaves, and 3 dashes of Angostura bitters. Bruise the mint with the muddler (gently) and blend the whole mix by stirring (do not use the blender). Also, make sure not to crush the mint leaves. Pour 2 ounces of Bourbon.

Remove the Julep glasses from the refrigerator and fill with crushed ice. Pour the Julep and stir for a few minutes. Add more ice and then fill with Bourbon till it reaches 1/4th of an inch from the top. You have the drink ready.


  1. Aged bourbon 50 ml;
  2. Still water 10 ml;
  3. Peppermint 3 g;
  4. Powdered sugar 10 g;
  5. Crushed ice 150 g.

How to make Mint Julep:

Put 10 leaves of mint and powdered sugar in a glass. Then add the still water, gently press it down with a muddler and fill the glass with crushed ice. Next, pour 50 ml of aged bourbon and mix gently with a cocktail spoon. Finally, add some more crushed ice and then garnish with a mint.