economic correspondent based in London.F. A. to conclude, for example,
the hole in the budget, at least a little, the Manager of the Royal Collection Trust to produce something with a Royal seal and sell. You use the leaves of lemon shrubs (Aloysia Citrodora), Laurel, hawthorn, maple, mulberry, and other trees from the gardens of the Queen, to perfume a special Gin (42% alcohol).
Up to 250 workers in Royal Farms
The "Buckingham Palace Gin", which is marketed as a "summer sensation", on leave of absence, has attracted in the British press quite a stir. "Fans of the Royals are driven to madness", was the headline in the usual lurid, the newspaper "Express", as you about the Gin reported by the Trust for 40 pounds (about 44 Euro) per bottle (0.7 liters) over its Online sales, or starting on Monday in the Palace, shops sold.
the Gin is to be the preferred alcoholic beverage in the 94-year-old monarch. The Buckingham Gin will also be served at official events of the Palace, announces the launch of the Trust. As a perfective "thirst-quencher", it said in a statement, the Foundation of ice-cold Gin and Tonic.Updated Date: 15 July 2020, 11:20