Bemelmans Bar, ManhattanConsulting mixologist Brian Van Flandern created this summery Pimm's Cup with country club cocktails in mind. "The key," says Van Flandern, "is to steep the mint tea for only one minute to avoid bitterness." More Gin Drinks

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Yield:
Makes 6 drinks
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  • In a pitcher, combine the Pimm's, gin, mint tea, Ginger Syrup, lemon juice and orange bitters and refrigerate until chilled, at least 1 hour. Add the ginger beer to the pitcher, stir and strain the drink into ice-filled collins glasses. Garnish with the cucumber wheels, orange wheel quarters and mint sprigs.

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