In the Netherlands you can order a jenever in many ways: borrel, neut, pikketanussie or a jonge met ijs. In English they call this juniper-flavored traditional liquor from the Netherlands, Belgium, and adjoining areas in France and Germany, jenever, Hollands, genever, peket or even Dutch gin. Jenever by any other name would taste as sweet. It has many names and fans. Want to know more about the traditional drink of the Netherlands? Visit the Nationaal Jenevermuseum.
How is jenever made?
The Jenevermuseum, housed in a former distillery, opened in 1996. See and smell how they used to make the traditional drink. Meet the glassblower, coppersmith, cooper and bag carrier. Taste the product that merits this much hard work. The trades helper still heats up the kettle and prepares the malt wine jenever, Old Schiedam just as they did 300 years ago.
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Purchase the Netherlands Museum Pass to visit more than 400 museums in the Netherlands for one year.
|Type of Museum Pass||Price|
|Adult Pass||€ 75|
|Young Person Pass||€ 39|
|Kids Pass||€ 39|
Jenevermuseum also sells Netherlands Museum Passes on-site.
Standard tickets Jenevermuseum
|6 t/m 12 jaar||€ 2,50|
|13 t/m 17 jaar||€ 7,50|
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