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Upload date:August 03, 2014


Time to relax in the garden and take an early evening, refreshing Summer Cup No 1 Cocktail served in tall antique cocktail glasses. Made with Summer Cup, a gin based beverage with a subtle spice and citrus flavour, and served with lemonade, ice, sliced lemon, apple, cucumber and strawberries, topped off with a sprig of fresh mint. Refreshment with a kick in it! Pimm's was first produced in 1823, by James Pimm, a farmer's son from Kent, England, who was owner of a bar in the City of London. He offered his ‘tonic’, a gin-based drink containing quinine and a secret mixture of herbs, as an aid to digestion, serving it in a small tankard known as a 'No. 1 Cup', hence its subsequent name.
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