Georgia Julep

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  • Base Spirit Cognac
  • Preparation Stirred
  • Flavor Mint
  • Served On the Rocks

What makes a normal Mint Julep a Georgia Julep? Peach, of course! (Also, swap that Bourbon out for some Cognac.) The result is just as refreshing on a to summer day with lots of added stone fruit to compliment the mint.

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Georgia Julep
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  1. Muddle sugar in a mixing glass.
  2. Add remaining ingredients and ice. Stir.
  3. Strain into an Old Fashioned glass over crushed/pellet ice.
  4. Garnish with a mint sprig.
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