More Gina mA’am? British monarchs of the proposed Palace drink for sale

In ‘small batches’ gin for 40 quid a bottle from the Royal collection shop, but only for delivery in the United Kingdom.

File: Queen Elizabeth II participated in the ceremony on her official birthday in Windsor castle in Windsor, South East England, on 13 June 2020 as Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her 94th birthday this year. Photo: AFP

London – the British Royal family began to sell dry gin infused with lemon, verbena, hawthorn and leaves gathered in the Gardens of Queen Elizabeth II at Buckingham Palace.

In the “small series” Gene, for 40 pounds (50$) a bottle from the Royal collection shop, but only for delivery in the United Kingdom.

“Selected plants with exceptional Buckingham Palace and gardens were combined to create this unique and delicious gin” on the bottle is written next to the portrait of the Queen in London Palace.

“For a perfect summer thirst quencher, recommended serving method-pour a measure of gin into ice-filled tumbler short before adding tonic water and garnish with a slice of lemon,” the site says.

A drink Elizabeth is gin and Dubonnet, while she drinks in moderation.

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