Chartreuse Yellow French Herbal Liqueur 700ml

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Following on from its predecessor Chartreuse Green, Chartreuse Yellow provides a milder and sweeter alternative to the more robust original. Since its introduction in 1838, Chartreuse Yellow has been savoured as a liqueur of originality and renowned for its natural colour brilliance. Chartreuse Yellow brilliantly upholds this Chartreuse House characteristic, and the natural Chartreuse Yellow colour exhibits a spectacular and organic display derived from saffron. 

Chartreuse cocktails assume a mild and sweet quality with its inclusion, and Chartreuse Yellow is traditionally the liqueur of choice to spice up a cup of coffee or hot chocolate. 

Tasting Note: A perfect yellow colouring from saffron complements this milder and sweeter Chartreuse liqueur, still instilled with vegetal and herbal qualities.

Additional Details

SKU:
10387-NGB-UNIT
Country:
France
Alcohol %:
40
Region:
France
Style:
Herbal Liqueur
Varietal:
Liqueur
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle

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