The ancestor of modern gin, Jenever is produced in Belgium and the Netherlands, where it is still extremely popular. There are three main types of jenever, jonge (meaning young), oude (old), and korenwijn (corn wine). Originally, invented around the middle of the 18th Century, Jenever is a blend of two ingredients, malt-wine and neutral spirits. Read More »
Fillier's Oude Jenever 12 year old is a blend of 50% rye and 50% malt. 75% of the sprit is aged in American oak barrels and the remaining 25% in Limousin oak, which are then blended together only after the 12 years maturation has occurred. A classic example of aged Jenever.