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Pimm's No 1 Cup

(70cl, 25%)

Pimm's No 1 Cup

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Pimm's Bottling Note

The quintessentially English summertime drink. We love Pimm's, and nothing better than a Number 1 cup on a hot summer's day, made with cucumber, lemon, strawberries, mint and good quality lemonade. Pimm's itself has a gin base, and offers subtle spices and citrus flavours. Delicious!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Tangy, citrusy aromas. Orange blossom, berry fruits.

Palate: Cucumber and big notes of juniper, citrus and berries. Becomes bitter with woody notes.

Finish: Long, bittersweet finish. Aromatic.

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Pimm's No 1 Cup Reviews

A great tasting mixer drink enjoyed by all age groups.

My mother always enjoyed her Pimms (no other drink). If alive she would be nearly 90 now. My drink of choice is Pimms and always has been. l am 67. My daughter now drinks Pimms (she is 37). Grand daughter too young to drink..
Pimms mixer recipes have been around many, many years.
Have always asked for Pimms at airport lounges and all up market restaurants . It was not always available... Now... It seems it is popular with the younger generation...
Who are the true "influencers" ? Not the snowflakes on social media . The true influencers are those who know what they want, keep asking for it in the right bars and restaurants, and eventually it is rediscovered. (or discovered, what ever the case my be)..
Happens with so many things.

6th November 2020

Mediocre now

This is a lovely blend. But do add a shot of gin. Some orange bitters to intensify. The proofage is now at 25% when it used to be at at 35%. This strikes me as insane. When ordered in a pub or by the river or an orgy it tastes far too weak.

13th August 2018

Quintessentially English

Nothing like this on a summer's day!

28th May 2014

David Garcia

Gif

17th April 2013

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