Queen Launches Gin With Garden’s Ingredients
QUEEN ELIZABETH'S COUNTRY ESTATE HAS LAUNCHED A NEW GIN MADE WITH INGREDIENTS FROM THE RESIDENCE'S GARDEN
(CNN) – Queen Elizabeth has launched a new gin.
The monarch’s country home in Norfolk, Sandringham estate is producing the alcohol, according to USA Today.
It’s made with ingredients from the residence’s garden, including Sharon fruit and plants grown on the estate.
The gin is distilled locally in small batches.
It costs more than $60.00 per bottle and only available in the U.K.
This isn’t the first time the British royal family entered the alcohol business.
Buckingham Palace launched its own gin over the summer.
Prince Charles distills a gin on his Highgrove estate in Cornwall and the queen’s Balmoral estate in Scotland produces a single malt whisky.