The oldest tasting room in Amsterdam.


An authentic 17th-century café behind the New Church on Dam Square. At tasting room De Drie Fleschjes, you'll find the only functioning drinks organ in Amsterdam, consisting of 50 barrels. Also, admire the mayors' bottles in the display case.


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Johannes Bulthuis and team

Order our specialty, "the kopstootje," at the bar.

A beautiful glass of Bols jenever (whether barrel-aged or not) served alongside a freshly poured pilsner or craft beer. Let Johannes and his team expertly advise you on which jenevers or Corenwynen from our Bols range pair well with a Gulpener Pils or Organic Wheat, a Bolleke de Koninck, or a seasonal Jopen beer that best suits your taste. Or, be surprised by our Uwe apple cider.

You can also find a great glass of wine at De Drie Fleschjes.

We serve six open wines from renowned wineries, ensuring quality. Additionally, we offer a wide selection of non-alcoholic/low-alcohol beers, soft drinks, fruit juices, and Batu Kombucha.

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The complete range of Bols liqueurs is available at De Drie Fleschjes.

With these, we also create specialties such as our Boswandeling, Stuk in je Kraag, Walsje voor Debby, and of course our Cocktail of the Month.

Our cocktails are served in a traditional tulip glass, which must first be slurped before you can pick up the cocktail. Bowing to the drink!

Bar Bites

Our classics include ossenworst and dry sausage from Louman, aged Beemster cheese from Arxhoek, and meatball in gravy from Lindenhoff. Of course, a hard-boiled egg is always present on the bar.

Vegetarian options include peppadews, olives, banderillas, and nuts.