Chartreuse Green French Herbal Liqueur 700ml

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Chartreuse Green dates back to 1737 and is uniquely esteemed as the only liqueur in the world to possess an all-natural magnificent green colouring. The renowned and vibrant Chartreuse colour is attributed to both Chlorophyll and a combination of at least 130 herbal extracts.

Chartreuse is one of very few liqueurs that improves and ages within the bottle, further enhancing the complex flavour profile of sweet and spicy robust qualities. At any given time only two or three Carthusian monks will know the secret recipe of Chartreuse Green, a liqueur best served cold, in hot chocolate, after dinner, in long drinks or Chartreuse cocktails.

Tasting Note: A complex aroma of liquorice, anise, violet, spearmint and basil, gives way to a spirit palate with sweet banana, lime and peppermint qualities. Mellow finish with mint and herbal elements.

Additional Details

SKU:
10386-NGB-UNIT
Style:
Herbal Liqueur
Varietal:
Liqueur
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
55
Region:
France

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