Ένα καινούριο London Dry Gin κάνει την εμφάνιση του στην ελληνική αγορά. Το THE BLUE BEETLE, απλώς και μόνο για να επιβεβαιώσει ότι το μυστικό βρίσκεται στην συνταγή.
The older generation of Dutch people used to try jonge, oude, corenwiijn, fruit and other styles of genever in neighborhood bars called proeflokaals. The word itself means tasting room and in fact, proeflokaals were heavy wooden style, old and fabulous bars, which were dedicated to genever.
JeneverMuseum in Schiedam, is not just another museum. Of course, it is a place that houses historical facts and materials about genever production during the old Dutch days. But at the same time, under the museum’s roof there is plenty of modern equipment which is used nowadays for the production of “the mother of all gins”: The original single malt genever.
People’s relationship to alcohol has always been a substantial indication of a country’s culture. Stockholm’s Museum of Spirits is focused exactly on this relationship between Swedish and booze. Located on the island of Djurgården in Stockholm, Spritmuseum is a live example of how an afternoon’s visit in a museum could turn into an unforgettable experience.
There is an old Dutch saying which goes like this: “A sailor’s best working compass is a glass completely filled with genever”. A.van Wees distillery de Ooievaar was built in 1782. The distillery is run by Fenny van Wees and the employees are just a few loyal workers. All products are exclusively made of pure natural raw materials, without the addition of artificial flavours. The drinks are coloured with natural colorants. Jenever (in English it is spelled Genever) is a typical Dutch drink. The word means , quite simply, juniper.