If you've ever enjoyed an evening mint julep on the front porch of a southern home, you might've gazed up at the ceiling and noticed a blue hue. But aside from the simple southern charm and replication of a clear blue sky, there's a long history of blue porch ceilings in the American South... Show More Summary
A mint julep made with bourbon is a classic hot-weather cocktail, and we have all the info you need on how to make a perfect one. But beyond that, all sorts of variations are possible. Here are recipes for a whole range of juleps, from the best basic one to a smoky, spicy number with mezcal.
Whether it's Kentucky Derby season or just hotter than hell outside, a classic bourbon mint julep chills and refreshes. Sugar, muddled mint, bourbon, and (keyword) tons of crushed ice, a mint julep is like drinking an ice pack, which...Show More Summary
It's Tuesday, it's Mint Julep Day, and it's the 150th day of the year! What fragrance are you wearing? I overslept badly, but as soon as I get a cup of tea in me, the plan for today is Burberry Brit Rhythm for Her, by Antoine Maisondieu with Nathalie Cetto. Reminder: 6/2 will be Antoine Friday...
It doesn't get more classic than a mint julep in Disneyland's New Orleans Square, but now if you pop over to Adventureland, you can find its frozen tropical cousin! Meet the Jungle Julep, a brand-new drink offering from Bengal Barbecue...Show More Summary
Although the race itself is a mere mile and a quarter, the Derby is a marathon rather than a sprint for its human participants, our reporter writes.
He shared a recipe from Wild Turkey master distiller Jimmy Russell.
We need Wonder Woman now more than ever! Read the full article on AICN Hey folks, Harry here... barely - beware Tequila on Cinco De Mayo... But it is Derby Day, so Mint Juleps should be awesome! Also today we have our first scene from Patty Jenkins' WONDER WOMAN featuring Gal Gadot in the title role and Captain Kirk as the Man in Distress. Show More Summary
The Kentucky Derby gallops ‘round the bend this Saturday, and while we can’t all travel to Churchill Downs, we can throw on our big hats and jockey up to the bar for a mint julep and grand views right here at Atlanta restaurants. Food...Show More Summary
A look back at the history of the iconic Kentucky Derby drink.
Where to watch the races, wear fancy hats, and drink mint juleps. by Stranger Things To Do Staff This weekend, the annual Kentucky Derby horse races will take place in Louisville, Kentucky, and, closer to home, there will be a whole day of events (including a live simulcast) at Emerald Downs in Auburn. Show More Summary
by Stranger Things To Do Staff Places like Witness, the Sexton, the BottleNeck Lounge, and Bill's Off Broadway will have mint juleps. Shutterstock This weekend, the annual Kentucky Derby horse races will take place in Louisville, Kentucky,...Show More Summary
Image by Justin Scuiletti When it comes to the traditions of the Kentucky Derby, mint juleps are as essential as saddles. When thousands of spectators descend on the storied Churchill Downs race track in Louisville this weekend — toShow More Summary
You won’t find this special recipe anywhere else! At the University of Notre Dame, each spring a special pilgrimage is planned for the graduating senior class. On the final Saturday of the school year, hordes of 22-year-olds board buses...Show More Summary
Walker Percy was a great, cosmopolitan southern novelist and essayist who died in 1990. Born in Alabama, he lived much of his life in Covington, a town near New Orleans. That's pretty far from Kentucky and the annual Run for the Roses,...Show More Summary
Get your pewter cups ready because the Kentucky Derby is on the horizon and we all know what that means: it’s mint julep time! The mint julep, the unofficial cocktail of the Derby, is the real reason we get excited for this beloved Kentucky event. Show More Summary
A Tom Wolfe Book About the Subculture of Gentlemen’s Duels to Determine Once and for All the Proper Way to Mix a Mint Julep Titled “The Smoking Bourbon”
Once you try this nugget ice mint julep, you'll never use crushed ice again.
You don't have to be in Kentucky to sip a mint julep.