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Strawberry Pimm’s Cup Recipe! #tipit

posted in Food & Drink > Recipes
  • Ingredients:

    1 handful of fresh mint
    4 cucumber slices
    4 strawberries, sliced
    2 lemon slices
    2 lime slices
    4 ounces Pimm's No. 1
    1 lemon wedge
    1 lime wedge
    4 ounces ginger beer
    1 to 2 ounces club soda (you can totally leave this out if you want, I like the extra fizz minus flavor)

  • Directions:

    Note: to make the pitcher, I used this recipe x 4. Note #2: like any drink, you might want to taste the Pimm's or start with an ounce less the first time making this. You can always add more!

    Before: in order to make these more "strawberry-y," I soaked a pint of strawberries in Pimm's overnight in the fridge in a mason jar. I used the Pimm's for the drinks and also put the strawberries in the drink too! You don't HAVE to do this.

  • Fill your glass with a mixture of ice, strawberries, cucumber slices, fresh mint, lemon slices and lime slices. Remember to save a strawberry or some mint for garnish on top if you care. I like to to layer this: add some veg on the bottom, then some ice, add some strawberries and lemon, add more ice, etc. Once your cup is full of ice and produce (ha), pour in the Pimm's and squeeze in the lemon juice and lime juice from each wedge. Use a knife or cocktail stirrer to stir the mixture up and at this time, I sort of faux "muddle" the mint too.

  • Pour the ginger beer over top and finish with the club soda. give it a gentle stir. Garnish with the leftover mint or strawberry or lemon wedge. Drink up!

  • Original recipe can be found down bellow :)


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