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The purpose of: Heilige Boontjes

A coffee bar runned by former inmates

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Holy Beans
The name ‘Heilige Boontjes’ means literally Holy Beans, a reference to the coffee beans. Next to it, it is a nod to the term ‘heilige boon’, which means something like: someone who pretends to do good. 

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The purpose of: Heilige Boontjes

Jurgen Elenbaas   Kees van Duinhoven  Xiao Er Kong

Holy Beans
The name ‘Heilige Boontjes’ means literally Holy Beans, a reference to the coffee beans. Next to it, it is a nod to the term ‘heilige boon’, which means something like: someone who pretends to do good. 

A coffee bar runned by former inmates

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