Van der Hum - 1960s
The story behind Bertrams Van der Hum liqueur harks back to the days of Dutch settlers, making their home in the Cape of Good Hope. They made this liqueur in the style of their famous Curaçao, but were unable to remember the name of the original distiller, so they called him Van der Hum, which is the Dutch equivalent of "what's-his-name". How very whimsical. This bottles comes all the way from the 1960s.
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