Buckingham Palace gin launched

Robyn Black

Robyn Black

13 July 2020

The gin has been infused with botanicals from the Queen’s gardens

Lemon verbena, hawthorn berries, bay leaves and mulberry leaves have all been sourced from the garden at Buckingham Palace and join eight other botanicals to create the London dry gin.

Profits from the gin will go to The Royal Collection Trust, a registered charity, and help fund the care and conservation of the Royal Collection and the promotion of access and enjoyment of the Collection through exhibitions, publications, loans and educational programmes.

Buckingham Palace gin will be served at official events at the Palace or can be purchased from the Royal Collection Trust shops and from the Royal Collection Trust online shop.

It is recommended to be served with tonic and a slice of lemon.

45% abv, RRP £40/700ml, Royal Collection Trust, rct.uk/shop 

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