Banquet of the Five Kings

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The Banquet of the Five Kings was a meeting, in 1363, of the kings of England, Scotland, France, Denmark and Cyprus. It was arranged by Sir Henry Picard, a former Lord Mayor of London. The five kings were:

The occasion (the toast of the five kings) was hosted by “The Vintners' Company” at their Hall.

The Cypriot beverage company KEO created a brandy, produced in Limassol, to commemorate the occasion.

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