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Bokma Jonge Graanjenever Vierkant

(100cl, 35%)

Bokma Jonge Graanjenever Vierkant

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Bokma Jonge Vierkant Bottling Note

The Bokma family began making jenever back in 1826, but it wasn't until 1966 that this jonge version was launched. It's said to be the first jonge genever to be made from 100% grain (rye, wheat and corn) rather than cheaper alternatives, trailblazing a new category.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Quite savoury and malty with balanced juniper and a spicy edge.

Palate: Oily graininess with a hint of grappa character.

Finish: Soft wood spices.

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Bokma Jonge Graanjenever Vierkant Reviews

Smoothe!

I absolutely LOVE this! Introduced to this by an elegant,and elderly German woman, we bought every bottle available on Sint Maarten, back in the day. Mixed a full bottle with the juice of 10 lemons, and a cup of sugar. Freeze & serve. Bliss. Would kill for a source in the U.S. (sigh)

18th September 2017

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