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BITTERBALLEN - Dutch Cocktail Croquettes

The name bitterbal, literally bitter ball, does not indicate that its taste is bitter.
They were originally meant to be served with a bittertje (a small glass of Dutch Jenever, not quite the same as Gin).

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BITTERBALLEN - Dutch Cocktail Croquettes


Bitterballen are still served in bars to accompany a glass of beer or wine (like Spanish tapas), or served as finger food at stand-up receptions.

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Andrew Graham

Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc and Rose are the best wines to pair with BITTERBALLEN - Dutch Cocktail Croquettes.


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