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Pimm’s Cup

Pimm’s Cup: This quintessential British cocktail was perfect for my Indian themed book club this month!

Pimm's Cup ingredients on the kitchen counter

Pimm’s Cup

I am hosting an upcoming book club meeting with an Indian theme and have been searching for a fun cocktail. I was striking out till someone mentioned how a British drink like Pimm’s cup would be apropos.

Pimm’s is a gin-based drink with some herb undertones, typically served during cricket matches. So when friends came over to bake, I had some taste testers. We found them quite refreshing. So perfect for a hot summer evening or the next Cricket World Cup. I bet you’ll find a good excuse to whip these up!

Toasting with Pimm's Cup in pewter cups

 

An Easy Recipe

When hosting a big group, you don’t need to add a complicated beverage to the menu. This Pimm’s Cup couldn’t be simpler. Just mix Pimm’s and soda and garnish. Cheers!

Pimm's Cup in a pewter cup with citrus, mint and cucumber garnish

Yield: Varies

Pimm's Cup

Pimm's Cup

A classic British cocktail

Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

Ingredients

  • Orange slices, cut in halves or quarters
  • Lemon slices, cut in half
  • English cucumber slices
  • Mint sprigs
  • Pimm's No. 1
  • Sprite or other lemon-lime soda

Instructions

  1. For each glass, place a mint sprig in the bottom. Add one shot of Pimm's for every two shots of Sprite. Mix and add garnishes.
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5 comments on “Pimm’s Cup”

  1. Love how Lambeau makes “cameo” appearances!

  2. Thanks, girls! I think I’d rather drink a margarita or glass of Sauvignon Blanc, but it will be perfect for book club!

    Leef, yes, Lambeau has become the “Waldo” of my blog. Did you notice she’s underneath our glasses as we’re toasting? She didn’t want to miss a thing…LOL.

  3. A great classic cocktail. Would you be happy to link it to Food on Friday : Mocktails and Cocktails

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