Coca-Cola's UK licensing of soft drinks maker Schweppes's products means it can technically claim two Royal Warrants, as Schweppes was granted one in 1836, while Coca-Cola has one of it own too. Schweppes supplies the royal households with non-alcoholic mixers including tonic water, soda water and ginger beer. Queen Elizabeth is pictured here opening the Coca-Cola bottling plant visitors' centre in Lisburn, Northern Ireland in 2010.
Often described as the Queen's favourite grocer, Fortnum & Mason has been a fixture in London's Piccadilly since 1707. It's famous for its luxury hampers, which can cost up to £2,500 ($3.2k) and it's where the Scotch egg was invented. The royals’ love of the shop even featured in Netflix’s The Crown, when a young Prince Charles is gifted one of the extravagant 'F&M' marked hampers. Here the real-life Prince is pictured opening the refurbished store back in 2007.
It's probably not all that surprising that this homeopath holds a Royal Warrant from the Prince of Wales, as he has long advocated homeopathic remedies and in 2019 became patron of a homeopathy group. But it's actually got one from the Queen too. Ainsworths Homeopathic Pharmacy claims to have the widest range of remedies in the world, and even treats cats, dogs and horses.
While Cleave and Company tend to focus on the creation of formal insignia and State regalia such as Orders, Decorations and Medals, the court jeweller also worked on the stunning three-stone engagement ring that Prince Harry designed for Meghan Markle, using a gold band from Botswana and two diamonds from his mother Prince Diana's jewellery collection.
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The royal family are rather partial to a glass of champagne, and Bollinger is one of several producers to hold a Royal Warrant, having first been awarded one by Queen Victoria in 1884. Its most prized bottles are made from grapes of the ‘original’ Vieille Vignes Françaises, which survived the devastating phylloxera pest in the late 19th century. Other bubbly brands enjoying the status of a Royal Warrant include Lanson, Lauren-Perrier, Louis Roederer, Moët & Chandon and Veuve Clicquot.
Her Majesty has one of the greatest stamp collections in the world, and this is partly thanks to dealer Stanley Gibbons. It's the world's longest-established rare stamp merchant, and has had a Royal Warrant since 1914.
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As many as 97% of British households consume Nestlé's products, and the royal household is one of them. Shredded Wheat, Rowntree sweets and KitKats are among the edible products produced by Nestlé, which was established back in 1866 in Switzerland and has boasted a Royal Warrant for more than 100 years.
Premium patisserie is on the menu at Didier’s, and in 2013 the company was deemed fine enough to be awarded the Royal Warrant by the Queen. Her Majesty is known to have quite a sweet tooth, with chocolate biscuits said to be her after-dinner favourite.
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