This is a vatting ("marriage") of 2 different recipe Four Roses bourbons, one 10 years and the other 13. Each year they'll be issuing new versions with different selections/combinations of the distillery's 10 different mash bills. No, we didn't spell the name wrong, they're being fancy and using the French spelling. Retailed around $76.
I enjoyed a big glass of this yet don't have a lot to say about it -- it's a sweet and somewhat fruity bourbony bourbon, with some very light spice. A decent cask-strength number that feels cask-strength, the flavor strikes me as basic but solid.
P: Peppery and aggressive, not in a bad way. Just a solid bourbon with just a pinch of Christmas spices. Water makes it easier to drink but doesn't really improve the taste otherwise. Finish isn't too complex, but, hey, bourbon.