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Mint Julep

Submitted By: Susan Macaluso
Prep. Time:
0:05
Serves: 1

1 1/2 tsp. powdered sugar
6 fresh mint leaves
1 splash cold water
1 1/2 cups shaved ice
4 oz. bourbon
2-3 drops brandy
1/4 tsp. powdered sugar - for garnish
1 lemon slice - for garnish
1 spring fresh mint leaves - for garnish

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-Place 1 1/2 tsp. powdered sugar, mint leaves, and water in a highball glass; with a spoon, crush the mint until it is bruised, then stir mixture to dissolve the sugar.
-Fill glass with shaved ice, packing it down firmly.
-Pour the bourbon into the glass.
-(This step is optional) Freeze the glass for 30 minutes, or until the glass is frosted; remove from the freezer with a napkin to avoid marring the frost on the glass.
-Drop the brandy on top of the glass; sprinkle with powdered sugar, and garnish with mint and lemon.

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