When William of Orange invaded England in 1688, jenever started flowing freely in England, influencing the future creation of gin with its core botanical - juniper berries. So while you’ll notice a few differences between jenever and gin, you can use the two drinks interchangeably. Jenever tends to be a little more creamy, malty, and subtly herby due the grains used in its production. It’s also usually drunk on its own, sans tonic. Shop and explore our jenever selection below.