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Chartreuse Green

(70cl, 55%)

Chartreuse Green

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We can't actually ship Chartreuse Green to the United States at the moment (although we're working hard to fix that).

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Green Chartreuse Bottling Note

Chartreuse is a liqueur that is green in color and has a strong, sweet flavor. It is made from distilled alcohol and various herbs and spices. Chartreuse is named after the French monastery where it was first created, La Grande Chartreuse.

Chartreuse Green has been made by Carthusian monks for nearly four centuries. It's a rich, spicy digestive once thought to be an "elixir of long life".

Chartreuse is often used in cocktails and can be enjoyed neat or on the rocks. It is also a popular ingredient in many desserts, such as chartreuse ice cream, chartreuse mousse, and chartreuse cake.

If you're looking for a unique liqueur to add to your collection, chartreuse is a great option!

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Chartreuse Green Reviews

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.

20th January 2022

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.)

2nd November 2021


Hot stuff. Great Stuff

14th October 2021

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.

17th May 2021

Excellent evening drink

Wonderful drink, lightly child and drunk straight up, just be careful of the strength, it is just so easy to drink.

15th May 2021

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!

13th May 2021

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.

28th April 2021

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.

14th March 2021

You forget about it and then wow . . .

As good as it gets. So good you put it at the back of the cupboard and then forget about it - it's precious after all - and then wow . . .

3rd March 2021


Have been drinking this for 50 years. A little poured over vanilla ice cream, delicious, but in a cocktail, never.

28th February 2021

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