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Top Rated Mint Recipes

Mint Julep
All you need to make a perfect mint julep is a good quality, high-proof bourbon, some sugar, the freshest, most spritely mint you can find, and some crushed ice. It absolutely must be crushed ice. The drink may taste strong and sweet at first, but after only a few minutes, the ice will dilute and soften the drink and it will transform into a sublime and ambrosial mix that will be about as refreshing (and Southern) as you’ll find anywhere. 
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Melon and Honey
This simple dessert is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth, while delivering a nutritional punch. Honeydew melons are packed with vitamin C, while honey has antibacterial properties to fend of the cold and flu.
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Why do blackberries make everything better? Some Bulleit bourbon, a dash of Chambord (a raspberry liqueur), and fresh blackberries lend a fresh, country feel to this classic cocktail. Read more about The Best Kentucky Derby Cocktails for 2014
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minted mexican mule
Everything in moderation, right? Well, that’s what we thought too until we saw this Minted Mexican Mule recipe. Tequila, lime juice, and ginger beer with (or without) a mint leaf garnish: the perfect warm weather cool down cocktail.This recipe is provided by Sauza®.
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Mojitos are utterly refreshing, and because of this, they’re gone before you know it! Making a frozen version of the Mojito will help it last longer. Besides, who wouldn’t love a mojito-flavored slushy? This recipe is courtesy of Myrecipes. 
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Click here to see the 7 Best Mint Cocktails slideshow. 
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The mint julep is the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. This recipe is great for a Derby party. Read more about The Best Kentucky Derby Cocktails for 2014.
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Take advantage of what's in season with this refreshing (and boozy!) summer dessert. Vanilla Bean Cane Sugar adds a warm flavor note to counter the bright mint. 
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Pineapple mint is a great variety of mint to use in tropical cocktails, and this one might be its finest application. You can find it at specialty food stores or, if you're the gardening type, try growing your own!This recipe was originally published on bevvy.com.
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You know how a Thin Mint cookie tastes all extra-minty-chocolatey-delicious-cool straight from the freezer? Mm-hm, we dream about it all year, too, so we decided to build a cocktail around the premise. And yes, it's really that good. Read more about Drinks That Taste Just Like Girl Scout Cookies.
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For a simple spin on the traditional recipe, this delightful julep calls for honey instead of sugar. Honey can add depth of flavor, and pairs beautifully with the other flavors in this cocktail. Read more about The Best Kentucky Derby Cocktails for 2014
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Our Thin Mints we’re chocolaty, fulfilling, and homespun. They retained all of the delicious qualities we love in the Girl Scouts’ original cookie, with just a hint of homemade flair.  Click here to see a step-by-step guide to how to make these Thin Mints at home. 
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