Swedish Mint Julep

Swedish Mint Julep

Swedish Mint Julep

In addition to using caraway and dill—the most traditional flavors for aquavit—in Sweden, home cooks make the spirit with an infinite variety of spices, herbs, and other flavorful botanicals.Helen Rosner

In addition to using caraway and dill—the most traditional flavors for aquavit—in Sweden, home cooks make the spirit with an infinite variety of spices, herbs, and other flavorful botanicals. New York City's Restaurant Aquavit combines their homemade mint-infused aquavit with dark rum for a cooling, molasses-flavored take on the classic mint julep.