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Pimm's Party Packs: come together for the Coronation

The Coronation isn't just a big moment in history, it brings with it a big weekend.

Come rain or shine, it's the perfect time to get your nearest and dearest together for a party - our no-fuss Pimm's Party Pack has got you covered with all the decor you need for the special bank holiday weekend. 

Your already perfectly thirst-quenching Pimm's Punch or Pimm's and Lemonade will taste better served alongside the Pimm's Party Pack, which comes with one of the iconic official Pimm's jugs. 

What's included in the Pimm's Party Pack?

  • 1 x Pimm's No.1 Limited Edition Coronation Bottle (70Cl or 1L available)
  • 1 x Jug | 1.5 Litre
  • 6 x Cups
  • 1 x Bunting (3 metres With 10 Pennants)
  • 1 x Stirrer
  • 6 x Straws
  • 1 x Union Jack Cocktail Stick
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Pimm's Coronation Party Pack including Coronation bottle

Celebrate the Coronation with Pimm's

Since its creation in 1840, Pimm’s has been synonymous with London and the taste of British summer. So what better way to toast the Coronation of King Charles III than with a limited edition Pimm's Coronation bottle

Celebrate a true moment in history with the best things in life - Pimm's and friends. 

King Charles' Coronation: 

  • When is the Coronation? - Saturday, May 6 (with a bank holiday on Monday, May 8)
  • Where will the Coronation take place? - Westminster Abbey
  • Who's going to the Coronation? Around 2000 guests will attend from around the world, including European royalty, the First Lady Jill Biden and select celebrities and leading figures
Pimm's Coronation bottle on table surrounded by food
Bottle of Pimm's Sundowner with cocktails in glasses

There's more than one way to Pimm's

Pimm's No.1 Cup is the classic. The gin-based secret flavour has stayed true to James Pimm's 1840 discovery - and it's been a quintessential part of summer ever since. 

Pimm's Sundowner represents the brand's commitment to innovation. The zesty, playful raspberry and redcurrant aperitif is the perfect way to extend those summer days in the beer garden into the night.


The history (and mystery) of Pimm's

Pimm’s is the taste of British summer, so it's no surprise the drink is rooted in British history.

Founded in London in 1840 - the same year King's College Hospital was opened - it was a time for celebrations. And it was James Pimm who blended his famous No.1 Cup - a secret recipe of gin, herbs and liqueur - as an aid for digesting oysters in his London Oyster bar.

To this day, the recipe behind the iconic Pimm's No. 1 remains a closely guarded recipe. The complex fruity notes of bittersweet caramelised orange, fresh citrus & herbal flavours are perfectly balanced with refreshing lemonade.

The taste of Pimm's is a mystery to be savoured, not solved. 

Pimms No.1 bottle and a batch of drinks topped with fruit