Disneyland’s Mint Julep Copycat

I’m not sure if it is just because the weather has suddenly gotten colder, or if I just always crave Disney, but I have been dreaming, thinking about, and almost tasting the wonderful things that Disneyland has to offer! I decided to bring Disneyland to me, and make one of my favorite drinks from one of my favorite restaurants in the park, the Blue Bayou. This Mint Julep is alcohol free and tastes refreshing, this green drink copycat is spot on!

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Serves: 8

Disneyland's Mint Julep Copycat (Alcohol Free)

40 minPrep Time

40 minTotal Time

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  • 1 cup sugar
  • 3 tsp lime juice concentrate
  • 3 cups club soda
  • 4 Tbsp creme de menthe syrup (not liqueur) OR 3 drops mint concentrate and 2 Tbsp water
  • 6 oz thawed lemonade concentrate
  • mint leaves
  • pineapple slices
  • maraschino cherries
  • toothpicks


  1. In a saucepan mix sugar and soda over medium heat until sugar is dissolved.
  2. Add lime juice and lemonade and bring mixture to a boil.
  3. Once boiling, remove from heat and add crem de menthe syrup.
  4. Chill in fridge 30 minutes to an hour
  5. For a 2 cup serving, mix 1/2 cup mixture with 1 1/2 cups of water.
  6. Serve with cherries and pineapple slices on toothpick and mint leaves.
  7. Enjoy!

Recipe Adapted from: DisneyFoodBlog.com

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6 Responses to “Disneyland’s Mint Julep Copycat”

    • If your recipe calls for mint or peppermint extract, but you have none on hand, you can sub in mint oil. Both are flavored by the leaves of the peppermint plant. The oil is more concentrated than the typical extract, so you need to use a lot less to flavor your recipe. Divide the amount of peppermint extract called for in the recipe by four. If your recipes read "1 teaspoon peppermint extract," you'll need 1/4 teaspoon oil at the most. Hope this helps.

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