Last Updated on May 11, 2015 by laurenpacek
This past weekend I wanted a cocktail that would complement the warm, spring weather. Enter: The Pimm’s Cup.
Now, I realized that I had shared a Ginger Pimm’s Cup a couple of years ago. But this recipe is more akin to the classic drink. It’s incredibly refreshing, and isn’t super high in alcohol content so you can feel free to sip on these all afternoon without becoming a hot mess.
You’ll need (makes 1 drink):
- 2 oz. Pimm’s No. 1
- 3 oz. San Pellegrino Limonata
- 3 oz. ginger ale
- sliced lemon wheels, strawberries, and spears of cucumber
- fresh mint, for garnish*
Add all ingredients to a tall glass. Imbibe!
You could easily make this drink in larger quantities for a party and serve it out of a pitcher.
*The grocery store that I go to didn’t have fresh mint (for the third week in a row…), so I didn’t include any, though it would be delicious and look very pretty.