The first and only olympic games held in the Netherlands was in 1928. It was an iconic edition for many reasons: it was the first edition where the olympic flame was lit using a simple match, the first event where the P-parking sign was introduced and last but not least it was the first time that women were aloud to participate in atlethics.
Dutch athlete Fanny Blankers-Koen (1918-2004), nicknamed The Flying Housewife, won four gold medals at the 1948 London Olympics and broke no fewer than 12 world records and fifty-seven national records in her career.
Olympic White has a refreshing and slightly fruity flavour profile. The cardamom adds a touch of warmth, while the lime leaves and coriander offer a subtle tingle that will keep you coming back for more. And let's not forget the taste of victory - it's like a gold medal for your taste buds!