Pimm's No. a gin-based aperitif invented by London bar owner James Pimm in is the quintessential English summer-afternoon drink (and the traditional drink of Wimbledon). Here, Jamie Boudreau combines it with tea, another beloved British beverage.
Pimm's Iced Tea ~ Serving delicious drinks at large parties is a hard task without a full bar of mixologists, right? Let me introduce Mr. He is a big bowl of cocktail normally containing fruit, alcohol, and a mixer.
Combining tea and PIMM’S may sound terribly English, but it’s perfectly suited to Aussie summers. This works best by cold-brewing regular English breakfast tea with a few sprigs of mint for at least 15 minutes before adding the ice and PIMM’S.