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February 7, 2012

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Peggy Post, one the authors of ‘Emily Post’s Etiquette,’ gives her tips for navigating the holiday

Valentine’s Day Etiquette

Peggy Post, one the authors of ‘Emily Post’s Etiquette,’ gives her tips for navigating the holiday

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How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


How to make the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail, according to an etiquette expert

When it comes to the drink most associated with the Queen, your first thoughts may go to a lovely cup of English tea.

But did you know Her Royal Majesty is also partial to a specific gin cocktail?

British etiquette expert, William Hanson, revealed the Queen&rsquos favourite cocktail is said to be a gin and Dubonnet. And she is not the only royal to enjoy the tipple&hellip

Hanson shared a video on his Instagram, captioning the post: &ldquoHow to make the perfect gin and Dubonnet. The drink of choice of Their Majesties The Queen and The Queen Mother&rdquo.

In the video guide on how to make the cocktail, the etiquette connoisseur says it&rsquos a &ldquorefreshingly fruity drink with a slightly bitter edge&rdquo.

Sounds tasty. Fancy making one yourself?

Follow Hanson&rsquos guide on how to make the perfect gin (£19.50, Amazon) and Dubonnet (£9.08, Amazon) cocktail below&hellip

1. Pick a wine glass or lowball tumbler for your cocktail.

2. Add three ice cubes to the glass.

3. Take your measure and add one part gin to two parts Dubonnet, which is a fortified red wine.


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