The delicious 'Hartje Mokum' Likorettes are now also available at the Smallest House. The likorettes are traditionally made and of Amsterdam origin. They have names like 'Allemansfriend', 'Halleluja' or 'Wallengang' and are bottled in beautiful square swing-top bottles. A pleasure to watch, drink and give.
Mokum is the informal name of Amsterdam and originally comes from Yiddish, where it means 'place' or 'city'.
Pay attention! We do not sell alcoholic drinks to young people under the age of 18.
Just like tea, beer can rely on a historical brewing culture with its own rules and laws. Age-old traditions pass from generation to generation and are kept alive in both crafts. With love, attention and an eye for detail, crops are grown, harvested and processed, to be finally transformed by the brewers into a robust beer. Also by the brewers of Ridder Bliek!
Ridder Bliek Bier is a young and ambitious beer brand from North Holland soil. Their search for interesting flavor combinations has now resulted in 4 types of beer with resounding names: Pimpelaar, Kannekijker, Slampamper and the Boemelaar.
The following is now added: The "Drinkebroeder" (Drinking Brother), a Russian imperial stout that owes its characteristic taste to the addition of Lapsang Souchong tea.
Pay attention! We do not sell alcoholic beverages to young people under the age of 18.