This Kentucky Classic will set you and your sobriety off to the races.
A guide to Kentucky Derby parties includes bars offering buffets, bottomless frozen mint juleps, hat contests and discounted drinks.
Can't make it to Churchill Downs? No worries! Put on your biggest hat and serve these classic Kentucky Derby inspired recipes from your place. We love them all, and hey-Every day is the perfect day for a mint julep, right? Let's get started!
The post, Flying Dog Mint Julep Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog. Flying Dog’s Brewhouse Rarities offers the Maryland company the opportunity to play, to have fun and to craft something completely different than […] The post, Flying Dog Mint Julep Ale, first appeared on The Barley Blog.
Will the Atomic Fizz be to Las Vegas what the mint julep is to Churchill Downs? Tony Abou-Ganim hopes so. The bartender who promotes himself as the "Modern Mixologist" created the custom magenta-colored drink for Las Vegas' T-Mobile Arena, which opens in April. He’s no Johnny-come-lately, either;...
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It’s February! And honestly, that has very little bearing on this tasty drink I’m about to make, aside from the fact that if I make a mint julep at noon on a Wednesday, I’ll forget about the fact that 2016 is already going by way too quickly for my comfort. Show More Summary
Summary: A friend of ours is a bourbon drinker. She finds it very soothing and full of taste. Others find it an acquired taste. The primary time we drink bourbon is during Kentucky Derby days when we drink mint juleps. Jim Beam wants...Show More Summary
Want to add some flair to the same old Thanksgiving dinner table? This year, channel your inner Southern belle and conjure up the romance of the Deep South with the likes of mint juleps, Carriage House biscuits, and whiskey bundt ca...
"America's Native Spirit" shines at special events throughout the month of September.
It was a scorching hot day on Governors Island Saturday, as Fitzgerald and flapper aficionados drank mint juleps and celebrated the final Jazz Age Lawn Party of 2015. [ more › ]
Our Fourth of July plans include drinking mint juleps, eating BBQ, and spending at least 12 continuous hours in the sun. That means we are going to need several sunscreen touch-ups throughout the day. So we're stocking our weekender bag with a few miniature SPF products. Show More Summary
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No, there’s no substitute for the real thing, but one often finds the afternoon hot and the mint absent, so what’s a julep lover to do? Old Forester has been bottling pre-made, ready-to-drink mint juleps for years, and should this… Continue reading ? The post Review: Old Forester Mint Julep appeared first on Drinkhacker.
Although Mint Julep’s are thought of for Kentucky Derby Day, the actual Mint Julep Day is May 30. Here are several places to get your Mint Julep on. Davio’s Their concoction is unique Basil Mint Juelep. This will be served throughout the Month of May. Lumen at The Ritz-Carlton Atlanta downtown is offering a “southern […]
This fabulous fete is proof that a formal wedding can be loads of fun. From personalized mint juleps, to a watercolor guest book, to competitive cornhole toss, this elegant affair is overflowing with entertainment. Caroline Frost Photography was behind the lens snapping every bit of merriment and the gallery is the perfect place to see it […]
Head to the Navy Yard on Friday night or Saturday afternoon. Summer unofficially kicks off this weekend, and with it the season of outdoor eating and drinking. To the perennial list of beer gardens, rooftop bars, and rosé-swilling sidewalk...Show More Summary
The mint julep is all but synonymous with the Kentucky Derby. How exactly did that happen? It's a long story that starts in the Antebellum South.
Break out the celebratory mint juleps! American Pharoah (and yes, that's how the horse likes to spell it) won the 141st Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs in Louisville, Ky., Saturday afternoon. Get the scoop on 35 must-watch finales! Ridden by Victor Espinoza and trained by Bob Baffert, American... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Kentucky Derby
The Kentucky Derby--dubbed "the most exciting two minutes in sports--is perhaps the true mark of spring. People flock by the dozens to sip mint juleps, break out their most ostentatious hats and revel in the sun during the horse race at Churchill Downs, in Louisville. Show More Summary