Pimm’s ‘Original No1’
The rich amber hue of Pimm’s No. 1 comes from infusing lots of lovely gin with herbal botanicals, caramelised orange and delicate spices. We could go on about the layers of flavours and that, but it’s probably better if you start drinking it while internetting. The 50 proof liqueur is produced from Great Britain and was established as a brand in 1840, meaning that the delectable gin-infused drink is right at home in the gin capital of the world for a little over a century.
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Pimm, a farmer’s son from Kent, became the owner of an oyster bar in the City of London, near the Bank of England. He offered the tonic (a gin-based drink containing a secret mixture of herbs and liqueurs) as an aid to digestion, serving it in a small tankard known as a “No. 1 Cup”, hence its subsequent name.