Zeer Oude Genever Bols 1L

Lucas Bols (Gin)

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It's Lucas Bols who produces the Zeer Oude Genever Bols 1L (£10.93), a gin with roots in Netherlands with 35% of alcohol strength. The Drinks&Co community values the Zeer Oude Genever Bols 1L with 4,4 of 5 points.
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In 1575, ‘t Lootsje distillery was opened in Amsterdam. The name ‘t Lootsje means "the little shed" in Dutch. It was the founder's grandson, Lucas Bols, who began shipping Bols liqueurs all over the world. When he became a major shareholder in the Dutch East India Trading Company, he had access to exotic herbs and spices which allowed him to create over 300 different recipes for liqueurs and spirits.

The Bols family started to distil genever in 1664. Bols Zeer Oude Genever is made using the old style of genever production. The name "Zeer Oude" means "very old", in honour of the age of this process. Made of rye, corn, and wheat with a secret mix of botanicals, this juniper-flavoured spirit is a unique gem to have in any bar. Enjoy the malt tones of genever, which are reminiscent of whisky, in this classic Dutch spirit straight out of Amsterdam.

Bols Zeer Oude Genever is a transparent, sweet spirit which tastes of grain, fruit, and juniper. It is perfect to enjoy neat or as part of any classic cocktail. You can also try it as a classic Dutch kopstoot, filling a tulip-shaped shot glass to the brim with genever and serving a wheat beer on the side, sipping them in turn to let the wheat flavours play off one another.

Technical sheet · Zeer Oude Genever Bols

Category:Gin (Spirits)
Producer: Lucas Bols
Volume: 100cl Other volumes
Alcohol Vol.: 35%
Country: Netherlands

Description · Lucas Bols

Zeer Oude Genever Bols 1L

TASTING NOTES:

  • Color: bright golden.
  • Flavour: Tennis licorice, vanilla and caramel.
  • Taste: Notes of flowers, round, leaves a chocolate flavor.

PRODUCER: Lucas Bols.

COUNTRY: Netherlands.

PRODUCTION DETAILS: A recipe developed in 1575, when Lucas Bols founded his first small distillery. Those were the years in Amsterdam was a thriving commercial port, where goods flowed from around the world, especially spices. Lucas had the idea of ​​using these essences to create the distillate still missing. Thus was born the Bols Zeer Oude Genever, a special gin, Holland had first met. It was a success. A rather elaborate preparation involving the fermentation of cereals such as barley, corn and wheat, and subsequent distillation, up to 4 times. Obtained in this way, the "malt wine", an essential ingredient for final preparation. Separately, they bring to macerate the botanical classic gin, juniper berries, firstly, and other details, and then distilled. As a final note, the two distillates are mixed: born Bols Zeer Oude Geneva, recognizable by its ceramic bottle. Although the name means "very old gin" is not the time to maturity, reference is made, but the old recipe. Zeer Oude Bols is large drunk chilled, or in cocktails combined and combined.

ALCOHOL 35%

Lucas Bols

Lucas Bols returned into Dutch hands and to Amsterdam in April 2006. The company became independent in 2006 by means of a buy out by the management and AAC Capital Partners. Huub van Doorne, former member of the Board of Directors of Rémy Cointreau and now CEO of Lucas Bols, has brought the...

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Posted on at 17.29

5/5

Zeer Oude Genever Bols 1L

have not seen this for years, was a regular tipple when i lived in Amsterdam, same as i remember all those years ago
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Posted on at 13.17

4/5

Bols Oude Genever 1L

Bols began distilling genevers – The Netherlands’ national spirit category – in 1664, a proud tradition that continues to this day. Bols Master Distillers have since perfected the art of distilling...
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Posted on at 13.33

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In 1575, ‘t Lootsje distillery was opened in Amsterdam. The name ‘t Lootsje means "the little shed" in Dutch. It was the founder's grandson, Lucas Bols, who began shipping Bols liqueurs all over...
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Posted on at 11.09

4/5

Gin Zeer Oude Bols 1L

TASTING NOTES OF Bols Zeer Oude Genever 1L:
- Color: Transparent yellow.
- Flavour: aromas of caramel, vanilla, licorice.
- Taste: Chocolate flavor with floral notes.

PRODUCER: Lucas Bols....
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Posted on at 11.09

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TASTING NOTES:
- Color: Bols Zeer Oude Jenever Steen 1L has a gold color
- Odor: with aromas of caramel, vanilla, licorice,
- Flavor: chocolate and floral notes.

COUNTRY: Netherlands
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Posted on at 10.26

4/5

Bols Zeer Oude Genever 1L

TASTING NOTES OF Bols Zeer Oude Genever 1L:
- Color: Transparent yellow.
- Flavour: a strong presence of malt, soft juniper, honeysuckle and citrus notes.
- Taste: rich and soft on the palate,...
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Posted on at 10.59

4/5

Z.O. Genever Bols 1L

Bols Zeer Oude Genever 1L is a Premium Gin more than 15% malt wine (in the case of Bols, exactly 19%), 35% alcohol and less than 20 gr. sugar per liter of mixture. It is called old gin, not aging,...
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Posted on at 05.09

4/5

Z.O. Genever Bols 1L

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Bright color
Nose
Smell aromas of juniper, angelica, orris root, coriander and liquorice Mouth
Taste good taste and final.
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Posted on at 09.04

4/5

Z.O. Genever Bols 1L

- Tasting notes: Zeer Oude this 100% distilled pure grain but other botanicals are used and some caramel, Zeer Oude is a little sweeter than Jonge Bols. Zeer Oude color is yellow transparent for...
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