Prince William and Kate Middleton took a shot each from a spirits table while visiting a Harvest event in Okanagan Valley, British Columbia, Canada.
The Table where they drank their shots was from the Okanagan Spirit Company who won awards for their Aquavit, a vodka-style spirit infused with aromatic herbs and spices. William sampled The Laird of Fintry, a single malt whiskey and Kate drank a Haskap liqueur.
Kate reportedly tried the Blackcurrant liqueur Creme de Cassis which she said was “like sloe gin”. It’s also 24% in alc/volume! They also sampled some food as they were shown around the Mission Hill Family Estate.
William tried the Laird of Fintry single malt Whisky and according to the Daily Mail commented: “Delicious. You can tell the Scottish element – there’s a peatiness to it.” You can even watch our video of the Royal couple at this event below:
VIDEO: Bottoms Up! Will & Kate Have a Shot of Whisky & Liqueur! THE ROYALS IN CANADA
They also sampled some food as they were shown around the Mission Hill Family Estate with one Chef delivering some delicacies on a huge plate.
Kate Middleton went green fashioning a modified green £2,150 Dolce & Gabbana and matching green Monica Vinader earrings that complimented the dress. You can see more of the future Queen here as she went fishing on the same trip!
Her matching nude shoes and a matching nude LK Bennett Nina in Trench clutch polished off the ensemble. The dress featured button detailing and a flared hem.
Canadian Trivia: Okanagan Valley is Canada’s second largest wine region, and accounts for 90% of all wine produced in British Columbia.