Before the running of this year's Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Chris Morris, left, master distiller at Woodford Reserve, presented Anita Cauley with her $1,000 mint julep in a silver and gold cup. She buys one almost every year. "Complete strangers will come up to us and say, 'Where did you get that?' and have their picture taken with it," Cauley said.
Before the running of this year's Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Chris Morris, left, master distiller at Woodford Reserve, presented Anita Cauley with her $1,000 mint julep in a silver and gold cup. She buys one almost every year. "Complete strangers will come up to us and say, 'Where did you get that?' and have their picture taken with it," Cauley said. Herald-Leader
Before the running of this year's Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs, Chris Morris, left, master distiller at Woodford Reserve, presented Anita Cauley with her $1,000 mint julep in a silver and gold cup. She buys one almost every year. "Complete strangers will come up to us and say, 'Where did you get that?' and have their picture taken with it," Cauley said. Herald-Leader

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