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.
Chartreuse V.E.P. is a wonderful digestif at 54% ABV, and is best enjoyed chilled.
Distilled by Ted Breaux, this tobacco liqueur makes a very fine drink.
A combination of Pontarlier-grown Grande Absinthe and the finest chocolate infusion. Unique and worth a try!
Deliciously creamy absinthe egg liqueur from the Artemisia-Bugnon distillery, that should be part of every liqueur cabinet