Juicy Julep Recipe

By | Published , Last Updated: November 25, 2013 | Mocktail | No Comment

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.

Juicy Julep

Ingredients:

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

Method:

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.

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