There seem to be two main variations on mint julep mocktails: the basic one, really focusing on the mint, with a little lemon and sugar; and one that tries to be closer to the adult cocktail, using ginger ale and lemon to mimic the bourbon of the original adult drink. This is the basic one.
It looks like a strawberry, but it’s a raspberry with two small mint leaves placed in the top.
There are some herbs you always need in the garden – mint, italian parsley, basil and rosemary.
This is simply a slice of lime with a sprig of mint from the garden.
Unlike Moroccan Mint Tea which is served hot, blended with green tea, this is an icy refreshing tea.
Try growing mint in your garden or balcony – it’s an excellent garnish for mocktails.