What are the best jenever
Genever: Holland Gin full of aromas
Genever - the famous forerunner of gin
Genever or jenever is a spirit that was produced in Holland as early as the 16th century and is considered the forefather of today's dry gin. It is a brandy flavored with juniper. The French word “genièvre” for juniper is also the origin of the word genever or gin. The starting product for genever is Moutwijn (toll wine), an aromatic brandy made from barley malt, rye and corn to which the flavor carriers (juniper, aniseed, coriander, etc.) are added after the last distillation process. Depending on the type of production, a distinction is made between Oude Genever ("old style"), Corenwijn (Corenwine) and Jonge Genever, the latter having the mildest taste. The genever, also known as Oude Klaare in the Netherlands, should be slightly chilled and drunk neat. Bokma, Bols, Zuidam and De Kuyper are the best known producers of genever.
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