The Dutch are happy with their tulips, and so they have good motive to be. There’s a wealthy historical past of tulips within the Netherlands, and cities like Amsterdam and Holland are dwelling to a few of the most in depth and beautiful tulip gardens on the planet. Clucius Craft Distillers is known as after Sixteenth-century Dutch botanist and gardener Carolus Clusius, who was largely accountable for introducing tulips to the Netherlands. The personal craft distillery has a patent pending manufacturing course of that entails fermenting 100% Dutch tulip bulbs by hand and utilizing water that the Dutch sand dunes have purified.
After experimenting, founders Joris Putman and his cousin Bart Boucher discovered a approach to distill the tulip bulbs, which aren’t simple to mash. The distillery now makes use of hundreds of tulip bulbs per day in its vodka manufacturing course of, which incorporates leaving zero waste behind. The remaining bits of bulbs are utilized in cattle feed by an area farmer, and the water is recycled.