This young, bold bourbon has enticing aromas of vanilla, honey, toffee, bananas and fresh bread. To taste, itâ€™s lively and succulent, with flavours of red apples and toffee, rich molasses and a twist of black pepper. Luscious, lingering and moreish.
In 1842 an unusual alliance was forged: Texas set up its legation, accredited to the Court of St. Jamesâ€™s, above Berry Bros. & Ruddâ€™s wine and spirits shop at No 3 St. James Street, London. It was an attempt to shore up the then Republicâ€™s independence against the United States; the Lone Star State has remained an ally of Britain, and of Berry Bros. & Rudd, ever since. (bbr.com)