Extremely deceptive with a smooth, slightly sweet flavour
Dark amber with hints of crimson
Fruity with roasted grains and liquorice
Very complex, luxurious, smooth & slightly sweet
Cornish folklore dating back to the early 1700s tells of a time, during the reign of King Arthur, when a two-headed giant named Thunderdell terrorised the people of Cornwall. A Cornish farmer’s son named Jack, who had been knighted by Arthur for his heroic deeds, cunningly deceived the giant and trapped him in a moat, where Jack beheaded him and thus ended his tyranny.