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Julep



Origin: Persian

Meaning: from Persian gulab or golab meaning "rose water" from Persian elements gul (rose) and ab (water), which eventually became julep in English.

Julep is the name of a drink that originally referred to a sweet drink made out of water and sugar, used as a medicinal drink, and later became an alcholic drink with bourbon or brandy and crushed or shaved ice and garnised with mint.



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