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- Origin: Some attribute this drink to James Pimm himself, claiming he first concocted it in London in 1840, while others believe the honour belongs to his successor, Samuel Morey.
- Glass: Highball
- Method: First pour the Pimm's over blocked ice before adding the fruit and charging with equal parts ginger ale and lemonade.
50ml Pimm's No.1 Charge Equal part ginger ale and lemonade
- Garnish: Slices of orange, lemon, cucumber, mint and strawberry
- Notes: Delightfully British.
- Liqueur: Pimm's No.1
- Type: Cocktail
- Difficulty: 2
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