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Chartreuse Yellow (40%)

(70cl, 40%)

Chartreuse Yellow (40%)

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Chartreuse Yellow (40%) Bottling Note

Slightly milder than the Green variant, Chartreuse Yellow offers up a sweet and spicy flavour profile. Rather unusually, only two monks know how to identify, blend and distil the particular botanicals, and the monastery was given the recipe back in 1605! The liqueur gets its intriguing flavour from 130 herbs and plants, which is also where the striking colour comes from. No colourings here.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Liquorice root, hints of green herbs, a little black pepper and grape skins.

Palate: Creamy, floral palate. Black pepper brings warmth, with a superb herbal, spicy complexity from lavender, fennel seed and cinnamon.

Finish: Sweet, herbal finish.

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Chartreuse Yellow (40%) Reviews


Makes a phenomenal cloister, and other interesting cocktails. Pretty good nest too with plenty of ice, if you like your drinks herbal

17th June 2019

Too sweet, but fine

Bit too sweet. Supposedly a more accessible version of the green, the sweetness ends up a bit cloying and overshadows the herbal character that the original offers. Definitely suited for mixing.

27th January 2016

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