The Queen has toured a Coca-Cola plant on the final day of her visit to Northern Ireland.
She opened a visitor centre at the site, near Belfast. The monarch was accompanied by the Duke of Edinburgh, who was presented with a solid crystal replica of a Coca-Cola bottle.
He said: "The first time I had coke was in the Philippines. I had it with rum, they call it a Cuba Libre."
The Queen was greeted by George David, chairman of Coca-Cola Hellenic bottling company, and other managers.
The new site at Knockmore Hill in Lisburn represents a £93 million investment and employs around 600 people.
Plant general manager Marcel Martin said: "We are very proud of having the chance to receive this visit and of the fact that Her Majesty was very impressed. She was extremely interested in the production process and talked extensively with the employees."
As well as viewing the can packer line, the Queen saw the automated racking system and spoke to staff.
Enterprise and Investment Minister Arlene Foster and Northern Ireland Secretary Owen Paterson accompanied the monarch, who received a posy before she signed the visitors' book at the end of the engagement.