The Pimm's Family
Best make a jugful, you never know who’ll turn up.
Nominated for Drink Most Deserving of Miniature Umbrella.
PIMM’S Blackberry Spice is really nice with crushed ice and a vanilla slice.
Break out the cocktail shaker and prepare your tastebuds.
Warm yourself to the core with this sticky sweet deliciousness.
No British household cupboard is complete without a PIMM'S Jug. Essential for the perfect PIMM'S O'Clock!
Keep shaded from the sun (or rain if we know British summers!) under this PIMM'S parasol.
This will allow you to keep y…
Wow your guests by serving your PIMM'S in the limited edition Jan Constantine PIMM'S Jug Sets.
This bundle consists of…
In the ‘60s, while some chaps were messing with moon landings and the like, PIMM’S was working on cups No.5 and No.6.
There have been 6 PIMM’S recipes: gin, scotch, brandy, rum, rye, vodka. Around the world, enterprising individuals continue to work on their own No. 7.
In 1870, future London Mayor Horatio Davies took PIMM’S company and its 5 restaurants to new heights. Naturally, he was knighted.
Pimm made his No.1 Cup in the 1840’s after realising customers stayed longer when they sipped, rather than slugged, their gin.
Wily marketer Jim Moran staged a ‘heated debate’ in a Manhattan nightclub over the correct PIMM’S garnish. His rowdy actresses made the front page.
The London borough of Pimlico is not named after James Pimm, but is a lovely location for a picnic.
From the shores of Sri Lanka to the officer's mess in Khartoum, by 1914 PIMM’s was already a pillar of the Empire.
Pimm's with a Gingery Twist by Jenny Ge
Cherry & Pimm's Pie by Lisa Manche
Pimm's Cake by Steph M.
Pimm's Snow Cone by Kait Kucy
Pimm's Cupcakes by Becs Rivett
It's pretty much never not Pimm's O'Clock...