We don’t normally list garnishes, but the humble mint leaf is so much more. Gently muddled with simple syrup, mint leaves make up the base of plenty of famous drinks, like the mint julep and the mojito. The easiest easiest way to keep it on hand is to grow a small pot of it, but many grocery stores now keep small containers of fresh(ish) herbs in the refrigerated section of the produce aisle.
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