Chartreuse Verte was created in 1764 as a lighter alternative to élixir végétal. A high quality spirit!
A yellow Chartreuse liqueur that was developed in 1838.
A yellow Chartreuse liqueur, that aged in oak casks in the cellar of the Carthusian monastery for a minimum of 10 years.
A Génépi made by monks of the Carthusian order in France.
A legendary herbal liqueur, that was used as a medicinal elixir in the past. Today, connoisseurs simply enjoy it.
A Chartreuse liqueur with an intense bouquet and an aroma with notes of gentian, ginger, and mango.
The only complex and refined fir liqueur.
Chartreuse V.E.P. is a wonderful digestif at 54% ABV, and is best enjoyed chilled.
The Chartreuse 1605 was developed in order to celebrate the 400th anniversary of the production of the first Chartreuse.
Deliciously creamy absinthe egg liqueur from the Artémisia-Bugnon distillery, that should be part of every liqueur cabinet