The bold, new ice cold shot drink imported form Holland. Distinctively smooth, Harlem is made with herbs and the Dutch called Kruiden. But all you really need to know is in your first shot.
The sleek glass exterior of the modern Nolet Spirits USA headquarters in Aliso Viejo, California gives no indication that it represents 319 years of a Dutch family’s distilling history. Nor that, in rococo contrast to the crisp architecture, the interior is accented with antique embellishments of centuries past. Indeed, ancient spirits are literally seen along the halls of the Nolet offices, for on the walls are framed antique labels from the family’s ten generations of distilling, all of which culminated in 1983 with Ketel One, named after the Holland distillery’s original copper pot still, Distilleerketel #1, and which has subsequently become one of the most called-for vodkas in America.