She has her preferences – and that does not include red wine or white wine. This is what Queen Elizabeth II (93) revealed during her visit to the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) in Cambridge. But that does not mean that she's completely opposed to alcohol: the head of the British royal family prefers only other forms of high security – and it may well be that there are up to four glasses a day.
During her official visit, NIAB chief Tina Barsby informed the queen about the country's wine culture and said that British wine was becoming more and more popular around the world. But Tina could not impress the 93-year-old woman because she responded loudly people just dry: "I do not drink wine, but I've heard that British wine should be good." But the British monarch does not want to completely give up alcohol. strong Business Insider However, Prince Charles' mother (70) approves at least one glass of gin each day, mixed with an appetizer called Dubonnet – more ice and lemon. Sometimes it can be supposed to be a little more glasses.
Information on culinary preferences for cocktails and drinks from Queen are from Darren McGrady, a former royal cook. The first drink, according to the insider, is that Queen Elizabeth II is already eating relatively early in the day, before lunch. Would you have thought that? Votes in the poll!
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