Slideshow: 7 Non-Pimm's Cup Cocktails to Make With Pimm's

Pimm's Lemon Mojito
Pimm's Lemon Mojito
Beverage Director Robert Crosson of The Little Owl in New York's West Village came up with this fresh, minty Pimm's drink, made more complex by including all the flavorful juices and oils from a muddled lemon half. Garnish it with fresh mint to boost the minty aroma. Get the Recipe »
Pimm Daddy
Pimm Daddy
This rye-based Pimm's cocktail was created by Taylor Bense of The Post Office in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Don't understimate the muddled cucumber rounds—they add a remarkable amount of fresh flavor. Lemon juice keeps everything bright. Get the Recipe »
Pimm's Melon Punch
Pimm's Melon Punch
Pimm's No. 1 has a subtle spicy flavor, which is brought out in this cocktail with a cardamom simple syrup. The delicate flavor of cucumber is a classic with Pimm's, but here, the subtle flavor of honeydew melon is a delicious stand-in. Get the Recipe »
Basin Street Blues
Basin Street Blues
This cocktail starts with a one-to-one mix of Pimm's and Nardini Amaro, which has a rich chocolatey flavor and wonderful peppermint bite. The cocktail, which is served at Domenica in New Orleans, is rounded out with fresh citrus juice. A touch of smoky Scotch adds interest to the luscious cocktail, which is evocative of caramel and lemon drops. Get the Recipe »
El Diablo
El Diablo
This tequila drink from David Welch at Lincoln Restaurant in Portland, Oregon is like a bright, refreshing limeade with a touch of spicy ginger. We like how tart this highball is, with just a little caramel richness from the Pimm’s. Get the Recipe »
The Motown
The Motown
Pimm's shows its richer side in this stirred whiskey cocktail. A combination of pistachio liqueur and tawny port reminded us a bit of candied nuts—serve this one alongside dessert. Get the Recipe »