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November 3, 2021

Step into Berry Bros & Rudd tomorrow afternoon and you’ll find Broken Clock in residence, serving up #awfullyenglish vodka and stirring the odd martini to boot.

As Britain’s oldest wine and spirits merchant, @berrybrosrudd has been filling the drinks cabinets of well-heeled Londoners for over three centuries.
image0011.jpg Lord Byron, Beau Brummell and a number of Prime Minsters have all been patrons of this emporium of fine libations over the years and rumour has it a secret tunnel once linked the shop in St James’s to Buckingham Palace, to ensure the Royal cellar never ran dry.