The spirit has a unique“royal origin”, with many of its citrus and herbal notes sourced from botanicals gathered in the Buckingham Palace Gardens. Lemon, verbena, hawthorn berries and mulberry leaves are among the 12 botanicals hand-picked for the gin in the Gardens at Buckingham Palace, which span 16 hectares and provide a habitat for 30 species of bird and over 250 species of wild flower.

Buckingham Palace gin pictured in Buckingham Palace garden Credit: Royal Collection Trust/ c Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2020.
For single use only in relation to Buckingham Palace gin sold by Royal Collection Trust. Not to be archived or sold on.

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For the perfect summer thirst-quencher, the recommended serving method is to pour a measure of the gin into an ice-filled short tumbler before topping up with tonic and garnishing with a slice of lemon.