Serve in aBoston glass
How to make:
Pour port into glass and TOP with WKD Blue.
|2 fl oz||Ruby port|
|1 bottle||WKD Original Blue|
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A sickly sweet blackcurrant and berry fruit flavoured drink for the undiscerning.
To make an 'Extra Cheeky Vimto' add 1 shot of vodka prior to topping with WKD Blue.
So named as this cocktail's flavour resembles the soft drink of the same name. The Cheeky Vimto emerged in Britain in the early-Noughties but became famous in June 2005 when the Daily Mail newspaper reported it as being Welsh singer-songwriter, Charlotte Church's favourite drink. She was then something of a teen diva party animal so the paper used the catchy heading, "Wild Charlotte's binge-drinking shame".
Despite the name, the soft drink Vimto is not an ingredient in this drink, but for the record, it is a sweet purple coloured soft drink containing grape, raspberry and blackcurrant juices and flavoured with herbs and spices. Vimto was created in 1908 in Timperley, Cheshire, England by John Noel Nichols, a wholesaler of spices and medicines.
There are approximately 95 calories in one serving of Cheeky Vimto.