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Jeanette won't be pushed around. This feisty madame thinks Dutch eating habits could use some pepper in the ass. And the fruit farmers couldn't agree more! Using rejected ginger as a base, they got to brewing. Lime leaf, cloves, turmeric: Madame asks for that spiciness, right? From mountains of leftover ginger a fiery soft drink was resurrected: Warming ginger is tackled by potent madame jeanette, lulled by fresh lime and lemon. In the full sun refreshing like a ginger beer, in the moonlight perfect for an exciting cocktail. Madame Gember: spicy stuff!

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With pounds of rescued gingers and local Jeanettes, the fruitslagers make an unprecedented alcohol substitute or warmer

Ingredients: infusion of fruits and spices, (water, 17% ginger, lime peel, 6% madame Jeanette, Turmeric, purple carrot, lime leaf, spices), sugar, lemon juice, vinegar, food acid: citric acid, salt,

Stormy Madame

Breezy Madame

The perfect base for a spicy cocktail with a swung.

  • 1 part Madame Gember
  • 1 part brown rum
  • 4 parts sparkling water

Finish with ice cream, slice of ginger/lime. If you dare with a madame-jeanette!

The perfect base for a spicy cocktail with a swung.

  • 2 parts Madame Gember
  • 1 part Seedlip Spice
  • 5 parts sparkling water

Finish with ice cream, slice of ginger/lime. If you dare with a madame-jeanette!

Alcohol Alcohol-free