Queen Elizabeth sells gin made at Buckingham Palace
Royal family launched premium London dry Gin for sale
London : A department of Royal household, the Royal Collection Trust, has launched ‘Buckingham Palace Gin’ for sale in its RCT shops on Monday, infused with bay and mulberry leaves found in the back of Buckingham Palace’s garden. The Gin will also be available to buy online for 40 pounds ($50) of 74 cl.
It seems, Queen Elizabeth II has decided to sale premium London dry gin made at Buckingham Palace after tourist revenue crashed due to coronavirus pandemic.
The official Buckingham Palace product is made of ingredients handpicked from British Royal’s gardens at Queen Elizabeth’s London residence.
The tipple is made up of one part of gin two parts of fortified wife , and vest served with ice and a slice of lemon, which is believed to be how the 94-year-old royal likes to enjoy her gin just before lunch.
The Buckingham gin is made up of 12 botanical in total, including lemon Verbena, Hawthorn berries, bay leaves and mulberry leaves, and is described “the perfect summer thirst-quencher”
The products description reads “the recommended serving method is to pour a measure of the gin into an ice-filled short tumbler before topping up with tonic and garnishing with a slice of lemon”
In addition to this, all proceeds made from the gin will go to the Trust’s charity which “help fund the care and conservation of the Royal Collection, and the promotion of access, and enjoyment” to items exhibited among 15 royal residences which are regularly open to the public.
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