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The King’s Ginger Liqueur 50cl



The King’s Ginger is an English liqueur by Berry Bros. & Rudd. The liqueur was originally created for King Edward VII. After his death in 1910, it was commissioned exclusively for the royal family. In 2011, it was standardized and made available to the public in select countries.

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The King’s Ginger is a liqueur that was originally created for King Edward VII of England, who was known for his love of motorsports and outdoor activities. It was first produced in 1903 by Berry Bros. & Rudd, a London-based wine and spirits merchant.

The King’s Ginger is made from a blend of ginger root and lemon oil, which gives it a warm, spicy flavor with a hint of citrus. It is a bright yellow color and has a thick, syrupy consistency. The liqueur is often enjoyed as a digestif or mixed with champagne or soda water to make a refreshing cocktail.

The King’s Ginger was marketed as a remedy for colds and flu, as ginger is known for its anti-inflammatory and immune-boosting properties. However, it quickly became popular as a luxury liqueur among the upper classes, and was often given as a gift to friends and family members.

Today, The King’s Ginger is still produced by Berry Bros. & Rudd and is sold in many countries around the world. It has become a favorite among mixologists and cocktail enthusiasts, who appreciate its unique flavor and versatility. Whether enjoyed neat or mixed into a cocktail, The King’s Ginger is a delicious and luxurious liqueur with a rich history and a loyal following.

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