Camilla’s providing apples from her estate to make new £2.95 per bottle cider

CAMILLA is making booze part of her core business — providing apples to be turned into cider.

Fruit from trees owned by the Duchess of Cornwall are in a new royal scrumpy.

Camilla has gone into the cider making business - after she provided apples from her home to make Highgrove’s new organic cider

Camilla has gone into the cider making businessafter she provided apples from her home to make Highgrove’s new organic cider
Highgrove’s new organic cider costs £2.95 per bottle and will cost £7.95 to deliver or £8.95 for next day delivery

Highgrove’s new organic cider costs £2.95 per bottle and will cost £7.95 to deliver or £8.95 for next day delivery

The “beautifully balanced” Highgrove Organic Cider is made from British apples, including varieties from Camilla’s Ray Mill Estate in Wiltshire.

The blurb on a website for Highgrove — her husband Prince Charles’ home in Gloucestershire — says: “These apples are hand-picked, farm-pressed and slowly matured to make this tasty cider — best enjoyed chilled on a warm summer’s evening.”

Die 5.4 per cent proof cider costs £2.95 for a 27cl bottle, reg, plus £7.95 delivery charge.

But it cannot be exported to the EU “due to further regulatory changes”.

The tipple comes after the Royal Collection Trust launched a London dry gin in 2020 made from 12 botanical ingredients from Buckingham Palace garden, which can be bought at palaces across the UK.

However Camilla’s 95-year-old mother-in-law is unlikely to be sampling either drink.

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