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If you love Pimms, (and I hope you do...), then you are going to love this Paula DeLuc recipe for your wedding reception. Did you see the recipe graphic I posted three months ago? Click here to see it again!
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Tazza Di Pimms

• highball glass filled with cubed ice
• 1/4 oz. bar syrup
• 5 thin cucumber wheels (muddle)
• 3/4 oz. fresh lemon juice
• 1/2 oz. gin
• 1/4 oz. amaro
• 1 oz. Pimms Liqueur
• splash of ginger beer
Muddle five thin cucumber wheels, add syrup, liquor and lemon juice, shake & strain, top with ginger beer and garnish with 4 beet stained cucumber wheels and two bay leaf ears.
If you're looking for a great way to toast your wedding, but with something more than just average wine, click here to see what @allischaaff wants you to do for your wedding. Trust me, you want to do this--totally marshalledgar-approved!
i'm sure you will find time to do it :)
@rodiziketan I was too busy yesterday to hit the liquor store to do my homework. sorry
Pins is very popular in England, from what I've heard
I'll check it out. :)
ok, this sounds sooo good. If I ever get Pimms liqueur, I am totally making this one. Thanks.