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If you are looking for the perfect drink for brunch, weddings, showers, dinner or garden party then look no further than Pope's Premium Syrups.   Lavender Lemon, Blueberry Lemon, or  Orange Vanilla.   1/2 Ounce Pope's Syrup 4 Ounces Champagne, Sparkling Wine, or Sparkling Water.   Pour Champagne into a flute and add choice of syrup, stir to combine

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The Best of American Style: The Perfect Mint Julep Cocktail

The actual Kentucky Derby may only last a few minutes, but the entire event is a day-long festivity. Start planning your parties and celebrations now with the Perfect Cocktail and the Perfect Mint Julep Cup.  No Derby party is complete without the official drink of the Kentucky Derby, the classic mint julep cocktail. Almost 120,000 mint juleps are served during Kentucky Derby weekend at Churchill Downs. The official julep recipe consists of Bourbon, crushed ice, sugar, water, and fresh mint, but if you're looking for a twist on the classic, check out our great recipes to take your entertaining experience to the next level. If Julep is not your drink, check out our other great recipes.    The Perfect Mint Julep Cocktail  1 oz Pope’s Mint Syrup...

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The Luckenbooth : The Official Scotch Whisky Cocktail of The National Trust of Scotland Foundation USA with Bonus Kelpie Cocktail Recipe!

THE LUCKENBOOTH: THE OFFICIAL SCOTCH WHISKY COCKTAIL OF THE NATIONAL TRUST FOR SCOTLAND FOUNDATION USA The Luckenbooth recipes follow, and if one wonders whence the name of the winner came, need look not further then the historical connection to Edinburgh from the reign of King James II in the 15th century to the early years of the 19th century.  The luckenbooths were situated on the Royal Mile were the original permanent  base for traders to become one of the city’s major market places for Jewelry and trinkets.  The Luckenbooth Brooch is a traditional Scottish Love Token.   One legend of the luckenbooth brooch is that it was a symbol of love and devotion given by Mary Queen of Scots to Lord Darnley. Another story is...

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