NOLA’ s favorite drink, Pimm’s Cup, Pops-Up at Bayou Bakery as “Your Majesty – Lilabet” for a Ceremonial, Burial Toast to Queen Elizabeth II on Monday, September 19, 2022. $7 dollar Cocktail for Seven Reigning Decades
New Orleans comes to mind for one thing very British – a Pimm’s Cup at the Napoleon House, which has been a popular cocktail since the late 1940s, beginning with the bon vivant crowd. It is a refreshing drink that has quenched the thirst during the heated summer days in New Orleans. The elegant gin-based drink, “Your Majesty – Lilabet” is popping up at Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery [Arlington, Virginia] and will be served all day while playing the ceremonial burial on the “telly’ from 7AM-5PM, Monday, September 19, 2022. Raise a glass of Pimm’s #1, Bayou Lemonade, Ginger Ale, Cucumber, and Mint Garnish to honor the refreshing and elegantly dutiful Monarch, Queen Elizabeth II, when she is laid to rest beside her beloved Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh.
NOLA native, Chef David Guas, shares, “This was the drink of choice when you were of age or almost there – so light and refreshing–and you rarely got into trouble if you had a few. It’s on par with the popularity of a Sazerac and Milk Punch. Experiencing the Queen’s Jubilee this summer with my family, her impressive 70-year reign deserves a fitting tribute toast!”
12-ounce glass, “Your Majesty- Lilabet” Pimm’s Cup is $7.00 for Seven Reigning Decades.
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