Mint – Ginger Mint Julep Mint

Garden Height
12 - 18
Spacing
18 - 24
Light Level
Full Sun

Features
Stunning green and gold variegated foliage that becomes more pronounced in cooler temperatures. GINGER MINT JULEP plant leaves are a great additions to fresh Summer melon salads, warm or cool teas and lemonades.

Lemongrass-Ginger Julep
1 1/2 oz. Kentucky bourbon
Cold Club Soda
3/4 oz. Lemongrass-Ginger Simple Syrup,recipe follows
Crushed ice
1-2 sprigs of ginger mint plus more for garnish
Lime Lemongrass-GingerSimple Syrup
6 stalks lemongrass
2 cups sugar
1-inch slice fresh ginger
Add the mint and ice to a cocktail shaker and muddle. Add the bourbon and the Lemongrass-Ginger Simple Syrup and shake vigorously to combine. Serve on the rocks in a Collins glass. Top with club soda, a squeeze of lime juice and garnish with a sprig of mint. Lemongrass-Ginger Simple Syrup: Trim the lemongrass stalks so you have the bases only. Bash with the back of a knife (or a meat mallet) so the oils and aroma release more easily. Combine the lemongrass, sugar, 2 cups cold water and ginger together in a medium saucepan and set over medium heat. Simmer until the sugar dissolves. Reduce the heat and allow to sit so the lemongrass and ginger steeps in the syrup. Once the syrup is fragrant, 30 to 40 minutes, strain and use. Yield: 2 cups.

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