Rhubarb Mint Julep

by byn on June 22, 2016

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Rhubarb Mint Julep

The collection of rhubarb based cocktails here on Planet Byn is getting quite extensive, and I love it. We’ve made two simple syrups to stir into cocktails, infused vodka with strawberries and rhubarb, made a margarita with a jam base, and last summer a delicious mojito. I had this mint julep recipe bookmarked since last Rhubarb Season, and a little extra incentive to make it this year after celebrating the Kentucky Derby with these bourbon cookies we made for Baked Sunday Mornings.

This is a simple, pretty, refreshing cocktail to enjoy on your balcony while procrastinating from wrapping birthday and baby shower presents, which is what I did last week.

Rhubarb Mint Julep

Source: Hungry Girl Por Vida via Fashionable Hostess

Yield: 1 cocktail


3 fresh fresh mint leaves (more if they are small)

1 oz simple stewed rhubarb

2 oz bourbon

+ crushed ice

+ fizzy water


  1. Add mint leaves and stewed rhubarb to a glass or mason jar, and muddle with a pestle or the end of a wooden spoon.
  2. Stir in the bourbon and crushed ice, and top with a splash or two of fizzy water. Stir again. Add fresh mint for decoration.

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