Chartreuse Green Liqueur
70cl / 55%
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A 1970s bottling of Green Chartreuse. Made using 130 plants, the recipe is a closely guarded secret known by only two monks who belong to a silent order, so there's no chance of them letting it slip. In the 1970s, the liqueur's production was in operation both at Voiron in France and Tarragona in Spain.
Allergen InformationThis product may contain the following:
- sesame seeds and products thereof
Chartreuse Green Liqueur Reviews
Tasting Notes by Rocky
Nose: The colour may have lightened, but the intensity of the nose hasn’t. The sweeter herbs have disappeared and it has taken on earthier notes.
Palate: Incredibly rich – over time, the texture has become more syrupy, and notes of aniseed balls, Lebkuchen and dry mint to the fore.
Finish: Long, rich and minty with an earthy, forest-floor note.
Comment: Stunning balance between acidity, alcohol and flavour. Aged Chartreuse is a thing of real beauty – if you find an old bottle at the back of a cupboard, don’t worry if you think it is past it – give it a try!