Orange,Tangerine Mint Julep

Total Time
15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

If you want an intoxicating drink You can add the booze! Or leave it out! Minty Refreshing either way! A twist on the mint julep!

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix the orange, tangerine and lime juice, sugar, and chopped mint in a glass jar with lid.
  2. Shake to dissolve sugar then chill 2 hours or overnight.
  3. To serve, add crushed ice to chilled tall glasses.
  4. Pour the booze of your choice (if using) then add 1/4- cup of club soda in each glass.
  5. Fill glasses with well shaken and strained juice mixture.
  6. Garnish each glass with mint sprigs.

Reviews

(2)
Most Helpful

Refreshing is right. I got out the juicer, and made this delicious drink last night. Just loved the taste of the fresh juices with a hint of mint. I used some limoncella for the alcohol - wow! The kids liked it without the alcohol. It was well worth the juicing time. We'll make this again.

PanNan May 04, 2003

We really liked this drink! I used the vodka option. I sorta reminded me of sparkling punch. i could drink this again and again! I wish i had made it for the derby - I definitely WILL next year!

NcMysteryShopper June 04, 2006

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