Wonderful drink! Was first introduced to it in south of France aged 16 on PGL canoeing holiday in 1971!! Can't get enough of it now! Nothing can touch it.100/100!
- anonymous, 8th Jun '13
The Last Word: Prohibition Era Cocktail: Equal Measures Green Chartreuse, Good Gin (I reccommend Tanqueray Export Strength, Fresh Lime Juice (from a piece of fruit - not out of a bottle!!!!) and Maraschino Liqueur) shake over ice until your hands freeze to the shaker and then shake some more (very important) and pour into a chilled martini glass. Very tasty.
- Charliemonster, 26th Aug '12
Looking forward to rediscovering the excellent digestive effects & very complex herbal flavours. Not all grannies are knocked out by it, let alone great grannies!
- ClareT, 9th Jan '12
Once in Argentina, I had a couple of cocktails made with this stuff. The recipe was basically Chartreuse mixed with a 'dash' of pineapple juice, shaken and served in a Martini glass. EXCELLENT STUFF!!!
- Marco, 22nd Jan '11
Try bruleeing this a touch with a chef's blow torch - it really brings out the drink's character which can be overwhelmed by the alcohol
- anonymous, 28th Oct '10
Not sure about romance, but if it's sleep your after - you really can't beat it!!! An imsomniac's dream :)
- Cazz, 2nd Mar '10
I have loved this drink for years and it goes well poured over vanilla icecream. An amazing drink.
- Gill, 27th Feb '10
A riproaringly brilliant drink. A family favourite for decades (apart from my mother-in-law, who took weeks to recover from merely taking a sip ;o)
- Dave, 4th Jan '10
Not for Granny! Try your lady out with it - your'e sure of a truly romantic night!! Mine swears by it but then I am a v.lucky man.
- anonymous, 30th Oct '09
A fantastic drink, powerful with very interesting flavours. As far as i know it used to be a digestif, but i find it's a mighty drink for a night out!
- Mick, 2nd Oct '08
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