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Video: British Queen Has Released Her Own Gin
Elizabeth II never ceases to amaze. At 94, Her Majesty is confidently in the saddle, does her own makeup, forgives her younger grandson for giving up royal privileges and masters Zoom. And now the British queen herself has presented a variation of her favorite strong drink: a unique gin, created on the basis of 12 plants from the garden of Buckingham Palace, has gone on sale. Elizabeth II combined herbal and citrus notes and collected lemon, hawthorn, verbena, mulberry and other components in 0.7-liter bottles - each costing forty pounds (about 3,500 rubles).
The royal gin caused such a stir that its first batch was sold out in just a day - fortunately, the Queen's representatives promised that stocks would soon be replenished. And all proceeds from the sale will go to the Royal Collection Trust, which maintains the residences of the monarchs - Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle and Hallirudhouse Palace in Edinburgh - and their valuable collections. This financial assistance booth is very useful: this year the fund lost about thirty million pounds due to the pandemic.
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