Queen Elizabeth II reportedly doesn’t drink wine but she consumes other types of alcohol.

During her recent visit to the National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB) near Cambridge, the Queen talked about English wine. She told Tina Barsby, the chief executive of NIAB that she doesn’t drink wine but favors four different types of cocktails.

“NIAB is involved in almost every crop, and one of our people mentioned we had an experiential vineyard in Kent and she said she had some vines in Windsor. I told her that the official wine for the Oxford and Cambridge boat race was English sparkling rather than French champagne and that English wine was becoming more popular and much better,” Barsby said.

The chief executive of NIAB went on to say that Her Majesty said that she doesn’t drink wine, but she heard that it’s good. The monarch didn’t say exactly why she dislikes the particular type of alcohol, but it may all come down to her preference.

It was previously reported that the monarch prefers cocktails that may be combined with herbal tea. And during a previous interview, the Queen’s former royal chef, Darren McGrady, said that the 93-year-old usually consumes four servings of alcohol daily.

Before lunch, the Queen drinks a glass of gin and Dubonnet with a slice of lemon and lots of ice. During lunch, she drinks a dry gin martini, according to her cousin, Margaret Rhodes. Her Majesty finishes her day off with a glass of champagne before she goes to bed.

But during an interview with Reader’s Digest, McGrady clarified that he never said that the Queen drinks four servings of alcohol daily.

“I said her favorite drink is gin and Dubonnet and she likes a gin and Dubonnet for pre-dinner drinks, and then I was asked, ‘Does she have any other favorites?’ Along the way, others did interviews, so they picked and cropped from those,” he said.

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Queen Elizabeth II is seen at the Chichester Theatre while visiting West Sussex on Nov. 30, 2017, in Chichester, United Kingdom. Getty Images/Stuart C. Wilson