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The King’s Laureate


The King’s Laureate

It's that time again! Fleur enjoys writing these posts for The King's Ginger so much - digging through the history of fascinating people and places that had some association with King Edward VII give her much pleasure. We hope you enjoy reading them as much! With that, it's time to delve into the life and times of a real Victorian rock star (sort of) - Alfred, Lord Tennyson....

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The King’s Wheels


The King’s Wheels

As the seasons turn, it becomes less appropriate to drink The King's Ginger neat (to warm one's cockles), and more of a time to start thinking about long, cold cocktails to drink in the warm sunshine. Or maybe it's just the two days of sunshine we had in the UK that's made Fleur do some seriously wishful thinking! Anyway, the sun was out when she motored down to the New Forest last week on the trail of King Edward VII. So, dear readers, to Beaulieu, where His Majesty went several times in his life, to meet the man who sparked in him the passion for motor cars which would last until his passing... not to mention the very reason for the existence of everyone's favourite royal themed liqueur!

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Jack the Ginger


Jack the Ginger

Oh hello there! Welcome to Fleur’s latest look at the life of King Edward VII on behalf of that most warming and sustaining of liqueurs, The King's Ginger. Now is an especially good time to year to talk about its gingery delights, mainly because it's winter and, after her last post about how winter hasn't been so cold this year, it's started to cool down. Right on cue! We're not at risk of snow yet, so it's nothing compared to many, but it's still a little chillier out..

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GOLD FOR THE KING’S GINGER


GOLD FOR THE KING’S GINGER

We are delighted to annouce that The King’s Ginger has been awarded a Gold Medal at the Liqueur Masters run by The Spirits Business. Rich and zesty, it was created to stimulate and revivify His Majesty and has been appreciated by bon viveurs, sporting gentlemen and high-spirited ladies ever since. The Masters series has fast become one of the most respected trade competitions in the industry, attracting vast amounts of entries from leading brands all over the world.

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