Mint Tulip Cocktail
|pink cranberry juice||½ cup|
|citrus vodka||¼ cup|
|German liqueur||¼ cup|
|fresh lemon juice||1/4 c.|
|Mint and lemon slices for garnish|
Mint tulip is an alcoholic drink with mint leaves. A quite simple recipe to quench your thirst with a mint tulip cocktail this summer.
Preparation time: 3 min
- ½ cup pink cranberry juice
- ¼ cup citrus vodka
- ¼ cup t. German liqueur
- 1/4 c. fresh lemon juice
- Mint and lemon slices for garnish
Throw everything in a bowl and mix well. Pour into a serving bowl and top with lime and mint.
Mint Tulip Cocktail – FAQs
Is whiskey sour a girly drink?
This one is also a one-liquor kind of drink and is made with about 1.5 ounces of bourbon, lemon juice, and simple syrup. Add it to a shaker with some ice and garnish with a cherry. If you’re feeling particularly manly, you can leave out the cherry and amp up the bourbon content.
Who drinks mint julep?
Mint Julep. Cool as Kentucky. Fresh as spring. The Mint Julep has been the traditional beverage of Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby for nearly a century.
How much does it cost for a mint julep at the Kentucky Derby?
The standard mint julep costs $15 on Derby Day and comes with a souvenir glass, but punters with deep pockets can splash out up to $2,500 on a deluxe version in a fancy cup etched with the twin spires motif of Churchill Downs.
What color is mint julep?
What Does A Mint Julep Taste Like?
Mint juleps are pure summer in a glass—minty and cooling, a little sweet, and just enough booze to help you forget how hot you are. Like so many classic cocktails, the magic of a mint julep is the result of a triumvirate of flavors working together: Whiskey: Specifically bourbon.