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But back in the 18th century, the mint julep was an American Southern cocktail that denoted the provider as a person of means.
The belt is hand needlepoint on a navy background and features many Louisville icons, including the Belle of Louisville, a Fleur de Lis, baseball bat, mint julep and a bridge with fireworks scene.
The traditional drink of the Derby is the mint julep, and over 100,000 are said to be consumed at the race each year.
Refreshments of every kind are to be obtained at moderate cost; nor must a favourite American beverage called mint julep, a sort of punch, pass unnoticed in the catalogue of the delicacies, with which the place abounds.
And get your fancy hats and mint juleps ready for the Queen’s Cup Steeplechase in Mineral Springs each April.
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