Wintery Mint Julep

February 7, 2017

With all the cold winter weather lately, we needed a little bit of a pick-me-up and reminder of sunny days spent on the river. The only wintery thing about this drink is the snowball used in place of crushed ice! The dragonfly glasses are another reminder of warm summer days and can be purchased on our Etsy store HERE



Snowball Mint Julep

8-10 mint leaves, plus extra sprig for garnish

.75 oz simple syrup (equal parts sugar & water dissolved over heat and allowed to cool)

.5 oz sparkling water

2.5 oz Kentucky bourbon

1 snowball


Muddle simple syrup and mint leaves in the bottom of the glass.

Add snow to fill about half of the glass.

Pour bourbon over the snow.

Top with sparkling water.

Fill the rest of the glass with snow, rounding the top of the snowball..

Stick mint sprig into the snow and enjoy!










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