Chartreuse Green 70cl

French Liqueurs • 70cl • 55%
Product details
Chartreuse Green
Country French Liqueurs
Distillery/Brand Chartreuse

Green Chartreuse

Green Chartreuse, a strong green liqueur, gets its characteristic taste and colour from a secret blend of over 130 herbs which is made by Carthusian monks in the Chartreuse mountains just north of Grenoble. The monks had been making herbal elixirs at their monastery since the middle ages but it was in 1764 that Green Chartreuse was introduced.

The original distillery was destroyed in a mudslide so today Chartreuse is made at Voiron. It’s available in its classic green and yellow iterations as well as various limited editions. It’s delicious neat as a digestif or in cocktails like the Last Word - a sour made with Green Chartreuse, gin, maraschino liqueur and lime juice.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Silver Outstanding
Silver Outstanding
Liqueur - 2013
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

Sesame Seeds Yes
More allergen information

Reviews for Chartreuse Green
Quite simply there is nothing else that could compare to the unique exquisite taste of green chartreuse
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Exquisitely superb
An acquired taste, but once you have it nothing else compares
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Green Chartreuse - A very special drink
Green Chartreuse I use as a treat - usually once a week after Sunday dinner with coffee.

It has a powerful kick and you don't need much - treat it with respect.
I highly recommend this liqueur - it makes one feel privaleged to have such a drink in your drinks cabinet or bar.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Been drinking it for 50 years and still here to tell the tale!
A great post prandial tipple, in a tall glass with tonic, on the rocks. (As recommended by the Abbe' of the monastery.)
William C , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Hot stuff. Great Stuff
Lloyd John H , New Zealand
2 years ago
Chartreuse Convert
I have seen the light of the way of the Chartreuse and there's no going back. This stuff is divine, so herbal and pleasingly medicinal. It seems to be a bit of an acquired taste among people I have shared it with, but if you're into it you're INTO it.
Peter C , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Excellent evening drink
Wonderful drink, lightly child and drunk straight up, just be careful of the strength, it is just so easy to drink.
John , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Just perfect.
I went to the monastery where this stuff was invented. It’s huge! Then had a tour around the distillery followed by a retail opportunity in the shop. There really are only 4 monks that know the recipe for this stuff. So if you are ever in Grenoble; take the time to visit. Oh and BTW store in your freezer. Delicious!
Dave M , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Richness, Completeness
Stunning...nothing better in my experience of liqueurs. During 30 seconds of nosing, tasting and swallowing, there are no gaps in scents, flavour and texture, and it finishes without fading. So rich overall that it's not veiled by 55% alcohol content.
Christian , Australia
3 years ago
Replacing an old bottle.
Just replacing the last bottle I had. It claimed to have been shipped in 1705 and was produced by L Garnier. I'll see if it still tastes the same.
George B , United Kingdom
3 years ago