If one likes boysenberry pie with a tug of alcoholic heat, then this William Selyem may be for you.
These flavors mass together in a lush and jammy fashion loaded with rich cherries, boysenberry, plums, chocolate, and vanilla.
Its dark purple in color and the ripe boysenberry fruit is lush in the mouth with peppery spice and leather tones.
Boysenberry and cherry fruits round out the nice texture.
"I don't get black cherry and boysenberry in this!"
In fact, the boysenberry was developed by the Knotts.
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