There too the stranger is initiated into the mysteries of Gin-sling, Cock-tail, Sangaree, Mint Julep
, Sherry-cobbler, Timber Doodle, and other rare drinks.
The little man stood tiptoe, and putting his head first to one side and then the other, and snuffing considerately in the directions of the various bottles, ordered at last a mint julep
, in a thin and quivering voice, and with an air of great circumspection.
Speaking calmly, his voice soothing like ice cubes in a glass of mint julep
on a hot day, Ambassador Borja also suggested that our diplomats invite representatives of those 18 countries that voted "yes" to Iceland's proposal to come over and see things for themselves.
While watching a Bond movie recently, which I am given to do quite often, I was reminded of a great cocktail that works perfectly when the weather gets a little on the warm side.
Woodford Copper Mint Julep
cups for the first 100 attendees.
The restaurant offers an array of cocktails and mocktails like Cosmopolitan, Sex on the beach, Black Russian, Bourbon Mint Julep
, Italian Smooch, Guava Blast, Virgin Colada etc.
In the evening, visitors can take advantage of offers such as two-for-one cocktails, with the menu including pina colada, chocolatecovered cherry, white Russian and mint julep
, to name but a few.
"The mint julep
cocktail was around in the 1800s and the original one has cognac in it as an ingredient.
Less well known, however, is the Mint Julep
. It's a Bourbon version of the Mojito, though Bourbon aficionados might balk at the notion of it being a "version" of anything.
Then there's Chet Atkins' version of One Mint Julep
, Jorgen Ingmann's take on Apache and the Astronauts' adaptation of A Big Hunk O' Love.
Information on prohibition dance caves, the association between the mint julep
and the Antebellum South, or why New Orleans can be considered the center of Southern cocktail making fill the pages of this luscious book.
As he mixed up a plethora of his signature whisky- based cocktails -- Mint Julep
, Manhattan, Whisky Sour -- he remarked that there was a time when whisky in India meant just one brand, namely Johnny Walker, while globally, blended scotch whisky was becoming became popular.