Taken from the Arabic word. Which in turn was derived from Persian, meaning rose water, it seems likely that julep was always a non-alcoholic drink until imaginative bourbon-drinking derby-goers hijacked the term.
1 measure orange juice
1 measure pineapple juice
1 measure lime juice
½ measure raspberry syrup
4 crushed fresh mint leaves
Cracked ice cubes
Ginger ale, top up
Fresh sprig of mint, to decorate
1. Shake the orange juice, pineapple juice, lime juice and raspberry syrup with the mint leaves vigorously over ice until well frosted.
2. Strain into a chilled Collin glass, top up with ginger ale and stir gently.
3. Dress with a sprig of mint.