1952; R&B hit; one of the first true "drinking songs"
A mint julep is traditionally made with four ingredients: mint leaf, bourbon, sugar, and water.
Hershey, in America, also has the rights to produce cadbury products
E.g. The coin was in mint condition.
Apple mint is also popular because it is "mind-soothing" and relaxing.
Often used as a replacement for spearmint flavouring.
The name comes from his use of the phrase "pukka tukka" (good, solid, authentic food). Jamie Oliver is an English chef, restaurateur, media personality, known for his food-focused television shows, cookbooks and more recently his campaign against the use of processed foods in national schools for which he received an MBE.
Bourbon, powdered sugar, water and mint sprigs. Traditionally served in silver or pewter Julep cups which are then held by the rim or base in order to preserve the chill of the drink for as long as possible.
Sold in jars and distributed by Beechams until the company was sold to Cadbury/Schweppes
Eventually renamed as "Extra Strong Mints". So-named for the building in which they were made on St. Peter Street, in Forest Gate, London.
Four time Winner - All England Open Badminton Championships 1953-1957
Looney Tune/Merrie Melodies cartoons
Also featuring Bugs Bunny -- Alternative Title - Prince Violence (1961)
1994 - Best Supporting Male
20 native speakers out of ethnic population of 100 in 1998
The bookish best friend of tomboy Peppermint Patty whom she always addresses as 'Sir'