Bonnie Prince Charlie finished his historic tour to Cuba with mojito. The British heir to the throne was mixing traditional drinks of lime, lime, pepper and ice cubes on a Wednesday in a private restaurant in Havana without further information. And this is at one of the private restaurants which has brought about economic success since Cuba opened its economy to private enterprise.
The prince had taken some crocuses for eating the plane and she gave him the recipe, Sahily Romero, the 44-year-old proprietor of Paladar Rita the Champagne, said. Prince Charles said that croquettes were one of his favorite journeys to Cuba, and the 44-year-old said.
The Prince's wife, Camilla, The Duchess of Cornwall, had been ahead of the trip as she said she was not sure about Cuba's food.
After visiting the restaurant Charles and Camilla left Cuba's capital after four days and flew to the Cayman Islands. This is the first time that a member of the British royal family has made an official visit to Cuba. The crown's heir, among others, President Miguel Díaz-Canel, met. Great Britain is keen to invest in the country affected by US sanctions.
(APA / Reuters)