CAMILLA is making wine part of its core business – supplying apples to turn into cider.
Fruit from a tree owned by Duchess of Cornwall are in a cranky new royal.
The “beautifully balanced” Highgrove Organic Cider is made from British apples, including varieties from the Ray Mill Estate of Camilla in Wiltshire.
Rumors on a website for Highgrove – the hometown of her husband Prince Charles in Gloucestershire – said: “These apples are hand-picked, pressed on the farm and ripened slowly to create delicious cider. this – best enjoyed on a warm summer evening.”
5.4% proof cider costs £2.95 for a 27cl bottle, right, plus a £7.95 delivery fee.
But it cannot be exported to the EU “due to regulatory changes”.
It comes after the Royal Collection Trust launched a dry gin in London in 2020 made with 12 botanical ingredients from the gardens of Buckingham Palace, which you can buy at palaces across the UK. .
However, Camilla’s 95-year-old mother-in-law wasn’t sure which drinks to sample.
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She is said to have enjoyed gin and Dubonnet at lunchtime and a glass of gin and vermouth before dinner.
https://www.thesun.ie/fabulous/8196418/camilla-duchess-of-cornwall-cider-business/ Camilla started a cider business by supplying apples from her estate making £2.95 per bottle