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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". It's not. It is very tasty though.
The yellow version of Chartreuse is a slightly milder version of the classic Green Chartreuse. It's herbal and very tasty.
Green Chartreuse 50cl
A 50cl bottle of Chartreuse Green - a delicious digestif and a critically acclaimed one too (this was awarded 95 points from Wine Enthusiast). Only three monks in the entire world know the secret...
Yellow Chartreuse - 1970s
This is an ancient bottle of Yellow Chartreuse which was produced in the 1970s. Originally made by Carthusian monks in the 1740s with 130 herbal extracts and distilled spirit, it is sweeter than the...
Yellow Chartreuse 50cl
A 50cl half litre bottle of Chartreuse Yellow, which itself is a slightly milder, less sweet version of Green Chartreuse, this was launched in 1838 and has a deliciously floral, spicy flavour.
Yellow Chartreuse 35% (Old Bottling)
A superb liqueur, Chartreuse Yellow was first created by Carthusian monks in 1740s. It is a blend of spirit and 130 herbal extracts.
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