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Introducing the perfect addition to your home barware collection - the Klassik Cocktails rock glass! Made from high-quality glass, these glasses feature classic cocktail recipes printed on the side, making it easy to whip up your favorite drinks at home. The sturdy base and thick walls ensure that your drink stays cool and refreshing, while the sleek design adds a touch of sophistication to any cocktail party.


  1. Classic Cocktail Recipes: No need to flip through a recipe book or search the internet for the perfect cocktail recipe. Our rock glasses come with classic cocktail recipes printed right on the glass, making it easy to create your favorite drinks at home.

  2. High-Quality Glass: Made from high-quality glass, our rock glasses are sturdy and durable, ensuring that they will last for years to come.

  3. Perfect for Any Occasion: Whether you're hosting a cocktail party or just enjoying a drink at home, our rock glasses are the perfect addition to any occasion.

  4. Sleek Design: The sleek design of our rock glasses adds a touch of sophistication to any home barware collection.

  5. Keeps Drinks Cool: The sturdy base and thick walls of our rock glasses ensure that your drink stays cool and refreshing, even on a hot summer day.

  6. Great Gift Idea: Looking for the perfect gift for the cocktail lover in your life? Look no further than our Klassik Cocktails rock glasses!


The Mint Julep is a cocktail with deep cultural roots in the southern United States, specifically in Kentucky, where it has been named the official drink of the Kentucky Derby. However, its origins date back even further, and it is believed to have its roots in the Arab world.


The term "julep" is derived from the Persian word "gulab" and the Arabic word "julab," both meaning "rosewater." Originally, a julep was a sweet drink made from water and rose petals. It was used in the Middle East as a medicinal drink and was brought to Europe during the Middle Ages.

In the United States, early versions of the mint julep were also used for medicinal purposes. The drink was first referenced in the US in the late 18th century, but it did not contain bourbon at the time. Instead, it was made with cognac or rum, and was consumed as a morning pick-me-up for farmers.

By the 19th century, the mint julep had evolved into a recreational drink rather than a medicinal one. The traditional recipe calls for mint leaf, bourbon, sugar, and water. Over time, bourbon became the primary spirit of choice, particularly in the southern United States where bourbon production was, and still is, a significant industry.

In 1938, the Mint Julep was named the official drink of the Kentucky Derby, one of the oldest and most famous horse races in the United States. The race attracts over 150,000 attendees each year, and it is estimated that over 120,000 mint juleps are served over the two-day event. The mint julep has become so synonymous with the Kentucky Derby that it is now commonly served in a silver or pewter cup and is often garnished with a sprig of mint, paying homage to the drink’s heritage and to the southern traditions.

In the 21st century, the Mint Julep remains a classic cocktail that evokes the charm and hospitality of the South. Its history mirrors the evolution of American cocktail culture, from medicinal remedy to recreational staple.

Product Specs:

.: Size: 10oz (0.3l)
.: Material: 100% clear glass
.: Straight sides for stability
.: Durable construction

Mint Julep Rocks Glass

SKU: 16460020498381653495
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