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Chimes of Pimlico



Chimes of Pimlico

A Cider Lover's Delight... a real mecca for enthusiasts.

Location: 26 Churton Street, SW1V 2LP

Description: This homage to cider is but a stone's throw from Buckingham Palace and the Houses of Parliament, and really is a cider lover's delight.

The wine list it seems is based around 'apples, pears and the country', Biddenden's Old Rosie and Westons Country Perry are but two of the beauties on offer.

But the coup de grace is Chimes' mouth-watering own blend, available in half-pints or two-pint jugs (depending on whether you have to go back to work!).

A real treasure in the 'popular' world of cider.


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Credits: The London Paper - 10th October 2006

Chimes of Pimlico

A Cider Lover's Delight... a real mecca for enthusiasts.


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