Van Wees Korenwijn Rembrandt
Van Wees // Netherlands
This Korenwijn from Van wees is aged for 6 months in oak. Although the Korenwijn category is allowed the addition of sugar (up to 20g per liter), Van Wees absolutely refuses to do so for any of their genevers, of which they make 17 varieties. This bottling is named for the 17th century Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn and is available primarily in the Netherlands.
GeneverGenever is a juniper-flavored spirit which combines a botanically-flavored, neutral spirit with a maltwine. Only made in Belgium, the Netherlands, and in specific regions of France and Germany. Jonge genever is made with a maximum of 15% maltwine. Oude genever uses at least 15% of maltwine. Korenwijn genever uses at least 51% of maltwine.
Cask Typeoak barrels