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Chartreuse Green

(70cl, 55%)

Chartreuse Green

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Green Chartreuse Bottling Note

The Green version of the superb French Liqueur Chartreuse. How many of you have tried this because it was the only thing knocking about in the back of your parents' drinks cabinet when you were wee? No? just us then.

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Chartreuse Green Reviews

Lovely at the time, slight regrets next day

Came across it many years ago, during a lads weekend away.
Ended up ‘shot’ing a bottle and a half between 6 of us, whilst trying to play pool.
Lively at the time, slight regrets the next day

21st June 2020

The daddy of liqueurs; weird, wonderful and evocative

Gorgeous on its own, enjoyed very slowly. Heady and delicious with the distinct potential to mess you up. But I have to disagree with the never-cocktail bunch. I wouldn't let it near mixers, we're not animals. But stir it 1:1:1 over ice with a good gin and a better dry vermouth, garnished with a generous lemon twist, for a really beautiful, aromatic and drinkable twist on a martini.

22nd April 2020

On its own please!

Wonderful to drink on its own and think of pine forests! But please never in a cocktail.
I do however make an ice cream with Chartreuse and crushed, toasted pine nuts! A firm family favourite

20th December 2019

A long time favourite

Yes, It was in my parents' liquor cabinet and still is. I re-stock it for them on a regular basis because we all enjoy it. As others have said, treat it with the respect it deserves, this is a very strong, very complex tasting drink. Try a little over ice.

15th September 2019

Not for the faint hearted.

Different, beautiful but not for the faint hearted.

17th August 2019

Lit or unlit - you will be lit.

Fantastic straight or with tonic, gets the job done with plenty of time to spare. Dont bother with the yelliw stuff- you wouldnt buy a 1.6 Impreza WRX.

21st March 2019

Store green in the freezer with glasses the result is FAB!

Having worked in Grenoble and recently visited the monastery where the the Elixir is created, Chartreuse Green is just amazing! 16 monks live in the monastery and only 2 know the recipe, they are much mech revered and very skilled. In their factory in Voireppe near Grenoble there are 50, 10k ltr barrels full of green and yellow. This stuff is amazing!!!

1st November 2018


Last year I bought 6 x 70cl bottles for £142 approx delivered. can you beat it?
I love it! The best! Only neat - but be careful.

7th July 2018

The most wonderful Liqueurs available.

Green Chartreuse has always been known as 'The King of Liqueurs'. This is a reputation it well deserves and likewise Yellow Chartreuse is known as 'The Queen of Liqueurs'. Both are outstanding liqueurs very fitting to the connoiseurs palate. If you have never tried them then I would earnestly suggest that you do and prepare yourselves for a treat.

7th July 2018

Treat with the respect it merits!

The greatest alcoholic beverage ever produced, although yr historical info about it is questionable. However anybody who incorporates it into a cocktail should be compelled to experience the "pleasures" of the Spanish inquisition. You would never use a vintage cognac into a brandy Alexander, similarly with Green Chartreuse.

16th February 2017

Perfect drink

When I can, I have Green Chartreuse since the 1960s I love it
I have it by its self I fink it is Excellent now in my 70s
still drink it

10th September 2015


Well, this is probably the best recipe ever existed

24th January 2015

Great addition.

Pour over Vanilla Ice Cream .... Lush.

3rd January 2014

Green Chartreuse

Excellent cocktail - well recommended. That said, having difficulty in finding the ingredients anywhere!

2nd November 2013

For refined palates

Not an easy drink for the uninitiated, but hang in there and you'll discover a beautifully complex and aromatic drink. Perfect neat as well as in cocktails such as 'The Last Word' and 'The Broadmoor'.

7th March 2013

Robert Ashby

This is the only liquer which continues to develop with time, so if you find an old bottle in the back of your parents drinks cabinet indulge and maybe even do a paralell tasting with a new bottle ! Also fabulous to cook with marries very well with Guinea fowl.

26th May 2011

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