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We are open, daily from 14.00-20.00

Amsterdam's Oldest Tasting Room

The bar of our tasting room is open daily from Noon untill 6PM and free accesible. 

The authentic ‘Proeflokaal’ (Dutch for tasting room/bar) has retained its 17th century character and product assortment. A great variety of genevers and liqueurs is served here. Among the various liqueurs you will find many Old Dutch liqueurs such as ‘Volmaakt Geluk’ (Perfect Bliss), ‘Bruidstranen’ (Bride’s Tears) en ‘Hansje in de Kelder’ (Jack in the Cellar). Liqueurs such as ‘De Boswandeling’ (A Walk in the Woods) en de ‘Half en Half’ (Half & Half) have made Wynand Fockink world famous. Next to these delicious liqueurs, genevers and fruit brandies, you can also enjoy some excellent draft beers. The distinctive Proeflokaal that houses a very special collection of antique bottles still maintains the tradition of bowing for the first sip. 

In order to preserve the individual character of the bar (and also we are not a big bar), we do not allow groups of more than 7 persons at a time.

You can also book a distillery tasting. We will guide you through our distillery, tell you about the history, production and flavours of our products. also a tasting of Genevers and Liqueurs is included in this tour.

Premium Ready to Drink Cocktails

We at Wynand Fockink beleive quality should never be sacrified for the sake of convienience. That is why we at Wynand Fockink aspired to create a new kind of ready to serve premium cocktail experience. Delivering all the complexity and craftmanship you would find in your favorite bar, without the need for multiple ingredients or equipment. We bring the bar straight to your home with th premiumness you are used to, when consuming and enjoying our products.

Our History

In around 1679 Wynand Fockink started a liqueur distillery. Soon a tasting tavern was added, where customers could taste and buy the products. To this day our liqueurs and genevers are still being made using the same 17th century traditional craft methods.