Since its creation in 1840, Pimm's has been enjoyed with friends in the British sunshine. To enjoy a jug at Pimm's O'clock, mix 1 part Pimm's no.1 with 3 parts lemonade. Serve with lots of ice, strawberries, oranges, cucumber and mint.
Pimm's is a classic summer drink. Whether you're watching Wimbledon, hosting a BBQ or having festival fun, sharing a jug of Pimm's makes these moments special.
To enjoy a classic Pimm's & lemonade, fill your glass or jug with ice and add 1 part Pimm's, 3 parts lemonade. Add orange, strawberries, cucumber and mint.
Pimm's No. 1 has a fruity flavour made from a closely guarded recipe.
Pimm's has complex fruity notes of bitter-sweet caramelised orange with a fresh citrus and a herbal finish.
This fruity favourite contains notes of orange and is made from a closely guarded recipe.
Pimm's is a classic, British drink, best enjoyed in the sunshine. Most commonly mixed with lemonade and fruit in a jug, Pimm's is perfect for sharing. Or why not try mixing your Pimm's with lemonade and sparkling wine to enjoy a Pimm's Spritz?
Pimm's is a great way to kick off any event and makes a wonderful wedding drink. You can often find Pimm's at beautiful British sporting events including Wimbledon, the races and the rowing.
Whether you're planning a picnic or a BBQ, Pimm's is perfect to share with friends and family. Pimm's also makes a wonderful baking ingredient used in cakes, jellies and jams.
Pimm's was born in London in 1840, when James Pimm created the spirit to aid digestion of oysters. Pimm's went on to be sent to the edges of the empire and was served at Queen Victoria's lunches. Today, you can find Pimm's at Wimbledon, where it's been served for over 50 years.
Born in London in 1840, Pimm's was created by James Pimm to accompany oysters. It then went on to be served at Queen Victoria's lunches and earn a Royal Warrant. You can today find Pimm's at Wimbledon, where it has been served for over 50 years.
Pack size: 1Ltr