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In South American Spanish ají means 'chili pepper' and dulce means 'sweet', so the name of this drink translates as 'sweet chili pepper'.
Luxuriate in this quintessentially English tipple.
You've not properly experienced an English summer until you've drunk one of these whilst sheltering from the rain.
Jammy mulberry fruit, Pimm's and gin freshened with mint and lemon, served on the rocks.
Sticky banana followed by a bitter, refined after-taste.
Fruit and balanced rather than sweet or dry and with a subtle but interesting liquorice note.
As the name suggests, this cocktail is inspired by and combines elements of both the classic Venetian Spritz and England's Pimm's Cup. The result is a
Raspberry and apple combine beautifully in this refreshing drink with its clean citrus tang.
Most recipes for this cocktail are merely Pimm's and champagne, but this mix is disappointing and a waste of champagne. Orange curaçao adds some much
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