Scotch Julep Recipe
A mint julep is a drink that's been around for centuries, and it still remains one of the most popular cocktails today. One way to make this fun, refreshing glassware even more enjoyable? Use scotch in your mix! Blended Scotch will add not only complexity but also an extra layer with its delicate flavor profile.
10 Mint leaves
¾ oz. Simple syrup
2 oz. Blended scotch
Finely crushed ice
Splash of soda water
Mint sprigs for garnish
In a julep cup, muddle the mint leaves with simple syrup.
Add the Scotch.
Fill the cup entirely with finely crushed ice. Stir until the outside of the cup frosts.
Mound the ice over the top of the cup. Add a splash of soda water.
Garnish with mint sprigs.
Blended Scotch has vanilla, toffee, and marzipan notes that dominate the mellow sweetness with lingering creaminess.