Shape

Highlights

  • Product
    Raw genever
  • Product
    Sweet spiced genever
  • Product
    Aged 6 years
  • Product
    PX 7 Years
  • Product
    Dutch Paloma
  • Product
    Dirty Genever
  • Product
    Straaljager
  • Product
    Beerenburg Cola
Image
Divider
Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image
Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image Image
Divider
Shape Shape

What makes Hooghoudt
Raw Genever unique?

Raw Genever is a pure piece of craftsmanship

Shape Buy nowBuy nowShape

Hooghoudt RAW Genever is a 100% malt wine jenever with a fresh and spicy character. A full rich grain flavor in combination with juniper berries and fresh herbs and spices. The jenever is not aged in oak barrels, which gives RAW Genever the fresh character of a young jenever with the body of a korenwijn before it goes into the barrel.

Read more

what am I tasting?

juniper berries

juniper berries

Lemon zest

Lemon zest

Grain

Grain

Divider

Raw genever

In the mix

Shape

This is not Gin this is Holland Gin -

This is not Gin this is Holland Gin -

This is not Gin this is Holland Gin -

Icon
Image Image

Enter your zip code below and find a liquor store near you with our delicious Hooghoudt Products!

Shape Use my location

Click on the logo of your favorite webshop below and order online right away!

  • Shop Shape Shape
  • Shop Shape Shape

Enter your zip code below and find a bar near you where our delicious Hooghoudt products are served!

Shape Use my location
Divider
Image

What others ask us

Jenever is actually the predecessor of the gin style that we now all know as the London Dry Gin. Jenever and gin are both distilled alcoholic beverages with juniper berries as the main flavouring. The difference is in the production method and flavor profile. Jenever is made by distilling malt wine with juniper berries, while gin is made by flavoring neutral alcohol with botanicals. Jenever is often maltier and softer, while gin can have more varied flavours.

Jenever is a traditional Dutch spirit, distilled from grains and flavored with juniper berries and other herbs. It has a distinctive flavor that ranges from light and refreshing to full and spicy. Jenever is often drunk neat, but can also be used as a basis for cocktails. It is a drink with a rich history and plays an important role in Dutch drinking culture. Taste the authentic taste of jenever and discover a piece of Dutch tradition in every sip.

We let a mixture of alcohol, water (or extract) and herbs boil. The fine aroma substances evaporate from the herbs and we condense them. This is how we capture flavors, but mainly smells. The color of the mixture remains in the kettle. Bee Hooghoudt we use for this.

A juniper is an evergreen shrub that belongs to the cypress family. It is a common plant in Europe, Asia and North America. The berries of the juniper are used to make jenever and gin, and have a characteristic taste and smell. They are also used as a seasoning in cooking.