Tuesday, June 16, 2015

Simple and quick - Make Perfect Pimms

Pimms-1500.jpg - Elaine Lemm

The perfect summer drink - Pimms Elaine Lemm.

A hot summer day English, watching Wimbledon, perhaps a town square cricket or just relax in the garden at the back, an essential should you drink a glass of Pimm, English summer drink by and from his through.Pimm is so quick and easy to create, as Look at the recipe below 1 cup number Pimm.

The drink is so popular that it often drink two English tea as the number, of course, first.

Pimm traditional recipe No. 1

This recipe is very, very simple.

  • Take a pitcher (if you want several glasses) Add or a glass and ice as you want.
  • Pour Pimm Reference 1 soda with three parts of ice.
  • Add the mint, cucumber cut into thin slices, orange slices and strawberries (part or all depending on what you prefer) and serve.

There is nothing easier than that.

What other Pimm Cups?

No Pimm 1 Original was made with gin, quinine and a secret blend of herbs as an aid to digestion. After the Second World War, the area with other bases expanded spirit - Scotch # 2 cup, 3 of brandy, rum No. 4, No. 5 and No. 6, rye vodka. Only vodka and cognac glass (now winter) remain in production with the original # 1 cup always the most popular.

Pimm history

Pimm origin in an oyster bar in the poultry-street in the city of London, by James Pimm property was built in 1840 it created flavored liqueurs and fruit extracts "House Cup" Pimm.

Quick developed a restaurant chain in a variety of locations including The Old Bailey and elsewhere "look" for entrepreneurs in the city for the day. James Pimm is said his famous "No. 1 Cup," the scene were mixed and later sold in pints in tin cups. In 1859 Pimm was for sale outside the restaurants and in 1865 the company was sold to Frederick Sawyer and the first bottle of Pimm sold for three shillings.

The company was sold again in 1875, this time to Sir Horatio Davies, which will be expanded in later years of the sale of the beverage. It was not only in the UK but also throughout the British Empire and the Federation of drinking with all things British began to be found.

The No. 1 Cup is now as popular as ever. Open bar on the first Wimbledon tennis tournament Pimm, 1971, and each year more than 80,000 liters of Pimm with lemonade to sell the audience.

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