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De Kuyper Creme De Bananes Liqueur 50 cl


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  • De Kuyper is a Dutch Brand that make a wide rage of fine liqueurs and spirits.
  • Made with top grade ripe bananas blended with a natural fine spirit.
  • Add to milkshakes or pour on to ice cream.
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Technical Details
Product Dimensions40.2 x 16.4 x 12.2 cm
Item model numberCL-60167-NVB
Volume500 ml
Storage Instructionsstore in dark cool place
Serving RecommendationServe Chilled
Country of originnl
Alcohol Content24 % Vol
BrandDe Kuyper
  
Additional Information
ASINB00J5EV0O2
Best Sellers Rank 61,904 in Grocery (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.1 Kg
Date First Available20 Mar. 2014
  
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The company was begun in 1695 by Petrus De Kuyper as a manufacturer of barrels and casks used in the transportation of spirits and beer. By 1752, the family owned a distillery in Schiedam which was then the leading center for the production of Dutch gin or genever. In the 19th century, the company expanded its export business throughout Europe, Great Britain and Canada. In 1911, a new distillery was built in Schiedam and thereafter the production of liqueur began. The roster of flavors slowly expanded, and partnerships were formed with distillers in Canada (1932) and the United States (1934, strategically at the end of Prohibition). By the 1960s the production of liqueurs had overtaken the production of genever as drinks tastes changed and the promotion of liqueurs for use in cocktails induced a surge in sales.

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