Queen Elizabeth’s favorite wine is out of stock, Britons will pay their last farewell to the Queen today – न्यूज़लीड India

Queen Elizabeth’s favorite wine is out of stock, Britons will pay their last farewell to the Queen today


Dubonnet is the wine of France

Dubonnet is a wine-based alcoholic beverage from France. When The Mirror checked it this morning, Dubonnet was out of stock on the Tesco website. At the same time, this drink was sold out till this morning on the House of Malt website. Earlier this week, a BBC reporter reported that the drink was completely sold out at Waitrose supermarkets. The BBC’s Mark Williamson posted a picture of an empty shelf, writing: “Sold out completely this evening at Dubonnet Waitrose.” At the same time, another shopkeeper tweeted, “I noticed this afternoon my local Waitrose has sold out from Dubonnet.” Earlier in June, this liquor was out of stock when the country was celebrating the Platinum Jubilee to mark 70 years of the Queen’s accession to the throne.

The drink was made to combat malaria

The drink was made to combat malaria

The drink description sold in supermarkets on Platinum Jubilee read, “Dubonnet is a beverage created by Joseph Dubonnet to combat malaria for the French Army. This is a drink chosen for our late Queen Elizabeth II. Herbs, A sweet wine with bitter notes made from a blend of spices and quinine. Perfect for Her Majesty, so drink it royally.”

Queen's funeral being held today

Queen’s funeral being held today

Let us tell you that Queen Elizabeth II died at the age of 96 on 8 September at her Scottish residence in Balmoral Castle. On the eve of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, people across Britain observed a minute’s silence at 8 pm on Sunday. Queen Elizabeth will be buried today in the King George VI Chapel at Windsor Castle. Her husband Prince Philip is also buried here. Prince Philip died in April last year.

State funeral for the first time since 1965

State funeral for the first time since 1965

Let us tell you that after the former British Prime Minister Sir Winston Churchill in 1965, for the first time in Britain, a monarch is being cremated in a state manner. People have been queuing for several kilometers for several days to pay their last respects to the late Queen Elizabeth II. Despite the rain, people are still waiting for their turn by standing in queues. The line begins at Westminster Hall, where the Queen’s body is placed, and runs through Westminster Hall to the south bank of the River Thames. This queue is being called The Queue, which started appearing from last Wednesday.

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