Aviation

The name Julep (rosewater) origins from Persia in the 1400's and is more or less a cold punch, traditionally served In a silver cup. In 1803 the first Mint Julep is being served in London by John Davis, and in 1817 bartender Orasmus Willard serves one of the first Juleps in America at the New York City's Hotel when a stranger asks for a Iced Mint Julep.

• 6 cl. Old English Gin
• 3 cl. Curacao Liquer
• 3 cl. fresh lime juice
• Large sprig of mint
• Dash of club soda

Instructions: Muddle mint leafs and Curacao and shake with gin. Double strain over crushed ice and top with club soda. Garnish with mint and fruits of the season.