What ingredients are in these liqueurs?
From Campari to Chartreuse, we try to unravel the mystery inside.
Pimm's Cup No. 1
This quintessentially British drink has been around for a long, long time – since 1823 to be exact – and is typically mixed with lemonade or ginger ale.
It's not uncommon to spot a group of Brits seated outside on a warm summer's day clutching a pint or pitcher of the reddish brown colored drink, whose composition of dry gin, fruit juices and a mysterious blend of spices gives it a refreshing bite.