About Bols Genever
Bols Genever is a Dutch-style gin that is steeped in history and tradition. It's a unique and versatile spirit that can be enjoyed on its own or in cocktails. Let's take a closer look at what makes Bols Genever so special.
Bols Genever is a traditional Dutch-style gin that is made with a malted grain distillate. This spirit has been around for over 400 years and was originally used for medicinal purposes. It's now enjoyed as a popular cocktail ingredient and sipping spirit.
Did you know that Bols Genever was the original gin? Before London dry gin became popular, genever was the go-to spirit for gin-based cocktails. Even the word "gin" is believed to have originated from "genever."
Bols Genever has a smooth and complex flavor profile that's perfect for sipping or mixing. It has a malty taste with notes of juniper, herbs, and spices. This gin has a creamy texture and a subtle sweetness that balances out the botanical flavors.
One of the best ways to enjoy Bols Genever is in a classic cocktail like the Martinez. This cocktail is made with Bols Genever, sweet vermouth, maraschino liqueur, and orange bitters. It's a sophisticated and flavorful drink that showcases the unique qualities of Bols Genever.
Bols Genever is made with a blend of malt wine and botanicals that are distilled together in copper pot stills. This spirit is then aged in oak casks to develop its rich and complex flavor. Bols Genever is made with only the highest quality ingredients and is bottled at 42% ABV.
In summary, Bols Genever is a classic Dutch-style gin with a rich history and a complex flavor profile. It's perfect for sipping and mixing in cocktails, and its unique qualities make it stand out from other gins on the market.
750ml & 82 Proof
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Main Ingredient: Juniper Berries
Country of Origin: Netherlands
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