Georgia Mint Julep

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Georgia Mint Julep

Less than 5 minutes
Juleps were medicinal concoctions initially, and very popular in the 16th and 17th centuries. In the 19th century, they transitioned and became purely recreational drinks. The historical spirit is cognac, even though it was replaced by bourbon following the phylloxera crisis. The addition of Crème de Pêche (peach liqueur) turns this drink into something more fruity and more pleasant.


Merlet Brothers Blend Cognac40 ml - 2 oz
Merlet Crème de Pêche de Vigne, peach liqueur20 ml - 1oz
Sugar syrup15 ml - ½ oz
Mint8 leaves
* works with Merlet VSOP Cognac or Merlet VS Cognac


Place sugar and mint leaves in a glass, add crushed ice. Pour the Crème de Pêche and the cognac, stir well and add more ice. Garnish with mint sprig on top.

Decoration : Mint sprig

Service : Metal Cup