Want a Moroccan twist on the classic mint julep? Morgan Schick of Jupiter Olympus in San Francisco created this minty-fresh julep using Anchor Distilling's Hirsch Small Batch Reserve, and a moroccan tea ice cube.
Build in metal cup. Stir slightly. Add ice, stirring until cup is frosted.
Garnish with cluster of mint sprigs dusted in powdered sugar. Serve with straws.
Brew 1 liter Moroccan mint tea. Brew strong, but careful not to let over-steep. Freeze in tupperware. When frozen solid, chip into chunks, wrap in dish towel, and crush with mallet or rolling pin until reduced to fine shards. Makes 4-5 drinks.