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There are seven Pimm's products, all of which are fruit cups, only Cups #1, #3 and #6 are still available at present. The essential difference among them is the base alcohol used to produce them:[1]
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There are seven Pimm's products, all of which are fruit cups, only Cups #1, #3 and #6 are still available at present. The essential difference among them is the base [[alcohol]] used to produce them:[1]
  
 
Pimm's No. 1 Cup is based on gin and can be served both on ice or in cocktails. It has a dark tea colour with a reddish tint, and tastes subtly of spice and citrus fruit. It is often taken with "English-style" (clear and carbonated) lemonade, as well as various chopped fresh ingredients, particularly apples, cucumber, oranges, lemons, strawberry, and borage, though nowadays most substitute mint. Ginger ale is a common substitute for lemonade. Pimm's can also be mixed with champagne (or a sparkling white wine), called a "Pimm's Royal Cup". Its base as bottled is 25% alcohol by volume.  
 
Pimm's No. 1 Cup is based on gin and can be served both on ice or in cocktails. It has a dark tea colour with a reddish tint, and tastes subtly of spice and citrus fruit. It is often taken with "English-style" (clear and carbonated) lemonade, as well as various chopped fresh ingredients, particularly apples, cucumber, oranges, lemons, strawberry, and borage, though nowadays most substitute mint. Ginger ale is a common substitute for lemonade. Pimm's can also be mixed with champagne (or a sparkling white wine), called a "Pimm's Royal Cup". Its base as bottled is 25% alcohol by volume.  
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Pimm's No. 4 Cup was based on rum. Currently phased out.
 
Pimm's No. 4 Cup was based on rum. Currently phased out.
 
Pimm's No. 5 Cup was based on rye whiskey. Currently phased out.
 
Pimm's No. 5 Cup was based on rye whiskey. Currently phased out.
Pimm's No. 6 Cup is based on vodka. It is still produced, but in small quantities.[6]
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Pimm's No. 6 Cup is based on [[vodka]]. It is still produced, but in small quantities.[6]
  
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pimms
 
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pimms

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There are seven Pimm's products, all of which are fruit cups, only Cups #1, #3 and #6 are still available at present. The essential difference among them is the base alcohol used to produce them:[1]

Pimm's No. 1 Cup is based on gin and can be served both on ice or in cocktails. It has a dark tea colour with a reddish tint, and tastes subtly of spice and citrus fruit. It is often taken with "English-style" (clear and carbonated) lemonade, as well as various chopped fresh ingredients, particularly apples, cucumber, oranges, lemons, strawberry, and borage, though nowadays most substitute mint. Ginger ale is a common substitute for lemonade. Pimm's can also be mixed with champagne (or a sparkling white wine), called a "Pimm's Royal Cup". Its base as bottled is 25% alcohol by volume. can also be purchased as a pre-mixed fortified lemonade (Pimm's & Lemonade) in 250 ml cans or 1-litre bottles, at 5.4%. Pimm's No. 2 Cup was based on Scotch whisky. Currently phased out. Pimm's No. 3 Cup is based on brandy. Phased out, but a version infused with spices and orange peel marketed as Pimm's Winter Cup is now seasonally available. Pimm's No. 4 Cup was based on rum. Currently phased out. Pimm's No. 5 Cup was based on rye whiskey. Currently phased out. Pimm's No. 6 Cup is based on vodka. It is still produced, but in small quantities.[6]

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pimms