Pimm’s Cup Cocktail Recipe

a summertime classic

This Pimm’s Cup cocktail is a quintessential summer drink. You can use a variety of fruits, but strawberries and cucumbers are where it’s at.

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Pimm’s Cup Cocktail Recipe

  • Author: Jennifer Richmond


2 cans lemon San Pellegrino (or other sparkling lemon drink)

1 cup Pimm’s No. 1

1/2 cup fresh squeezed lemon juice

1 cucumber, sliced

8 strawberries, quartered

12 basil leaves, torn

lemon slices, for garnish


In a pitcher mix the Pellegrino, Pimm’s, and lemon juice. Mix in cucumber, strawberries, and basil. Let stand for 10 mins.

Fill 4 highball glasses with ice and pour cocktail evenly over the ice, making sure each glass gets

equal amounts of cucumber, basil, and strawberries. Garnish with lemon.


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