"There are so many great mass-produced liquors available today," says John Coltharp. He uses one of them, Old Grand-Dad 114 bourbon, in this julep. "It's inexpensive and packed with flavor." Classic Cocktail Recipes
In a highball glass, muddle the mint leaves with the Simple Syrup, then add the bourbon and eau-de-vie. Add crushed ice and stir, then add more crushed ice to fill the glass. Top with the rum and arrange the mint sprigs in the center of the drink.