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Sparkling Blackberry Mint Julep

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Disneyland's Mint Julep Copycat (Alcohol Free)

Disneyland's Mint Julep -- this might be a fun alternative for a Derby Day non-alcoholic alternative to the traditional Mint Julep.

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Disneyland Mint Julep Recipe - I just made this as part of our FHE treat. It was FABULOUS, tastes just like the drink at New Orleans Square. I couldn't find creme de methe syrup so I used Torani peppermint syrup from Cost Plus World Market and that worked just great. I also added green food coloring. It was a big hit.


Mint Julep. 'A mint julep is traditionally made with four ingredients: mint leaf, bourbon, sugar, and water. Traditionally, spearmint is the mint of choice used in Southern states, and in Kentucky in particular.'

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May 2 Blackberry Lemon Gin & Tonic

I will admit, I didn't set out to make a cocktail for the blog this week. I just happened to have 2 mint plants sitting around, begging to be used. And while there are many recipes that call for mint, I kept thinking about the upcoming Kentucky Derby. While a mint julep would be fun (and expected), I wanted to do something else. This is sort of a twist on a Tom Collins, using lemon instead of lime and adding tasty blackberries and mint. This takes the classic gin and tonic to a whole…


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