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Great museum for cocktail lovers. Very interesting interactive space in the middle regarding perception and flavor. Nice selection of great cocktails at the end of the tour. However, the small bottles (5 euro) of Genever and Gin at the gift shop were clearly overpriced (thick glasses gives you the illusion of the alcohol inside being more than what is stated)
It was a great indeed experience together with friends.. So many cocktails options and bartender are so friendly or shall i say all the staff are very accomodating and the end of your tour you can have many cocktails as you want from different variety depends on what you prefer... Its a worth experience at least though they close early and hope at least they will put some finger food like nuts or popcorn on every table;)
Exhibition is really good and interactive. But the best bit is the bar at the end, it's only 5 euros per cocktail after the first one which is free, and the bartenders are happy to make custom cocktails which are even better than the ones on the menu. Would highly recommend visiting in the evening as it is quiter and you can make full use of the bar.
Excellent unique experience in the house of bols learning about the history of liqueurs produced in Amsterdam. The bar at the end of the self guided audio tour was fantastic. One free drink included in the ticket price, but you can buy more tokens just 5 Euro each for additional drinks. Definitely worth it! The bar staff were very entertaining and friendly.
One of the coolest museum in Amsterdam. Makes you try their products with every sense. At the end you can make your own drink for free
Everyone was very friendly and knowledgeable and there was no pressure to purchase anything. I learned a lot about the history of the spirit and international trade, and had some of the finest cocktails I have ever enjoyed. This is a great company, and something to be proud of.
One of the highlights of our trip to Amsterdam. Do the cocktail making experience, it's so much fun and they are so generous with the drinks! The staff are lovely, one even recommended a restaurant for us for later and booked it for us too! Their products are delicious and the whole tour is informative and fun. I'd go again in a flash! Suitable for all ages from 18 to 108!
An interesting way to enjoy a cocktail, and the drinks were delicious. This museum is highly interactive, and a fun way to spend an hour. Four stars because it quickly started to feel like one big liquor ad, rather than an education in gin production that I assumed they were going for. Overall a worthwhile activity.
Totally worth your time and money! The history is interesting and the drinks and bartenders at the end of the tour are fantastic! Our bartender, Rob, was knowledgeable/personable and made a delicious chocolate and banana drink for me. You can even purchase (totally reasonable price) extra tokens for more drinks.
I wanted to like it and visually the exhibit was stimulating. The two technology-interactoce exhibits (a blind taste test and mixing your own cocktail) were both out if order during my visit so that really limited the enjoyment. The bartender was basically making the same drink for everyone despite asking what you'd want, he then made essentially the same drink
A very interesting and interactive tour, while short it is definitely worth a visit. I would highly recommend the cocktail workshop too, they teach you how to make two cocktails and you also get a token for a third professionally made one at the bar.
Absolutely an amazing experience. The sensory experience was unlike I've ever seen. Being able to make your own cocktail at the end was also great. Some complaints about the cocktail making area being closed ruins the experience. That area was closed for a private event while my fiancé and I were there. However, they let you make your own at the actual bar if you let the bartender know.