Chartreuse Liqueur
[70 results priced between £2£500]

Sort:
70 Chartreuse liqueur £2 £500 /l/Chartreuse-liqueur
  • Chartreuse Green liqueur 500ml
    Chartreuse Green liqueur 500ml

    Green Chartreuse is the only liqueur in the world with a completely natural green colour Powerful and unique only two Chartreuse monks know the identity of the 130 plants how to blend them and how to distill them into this world famous liqueur Made with a secret recipe of herbs spices and barks this is a bitter yet refreshing liqueur which can be enjoyed by itself or with freshly squeezed lemon juice Chartreuse Green liqueurProduct of France55 ABV500mlYou must be over 18 to purchase this product...

  • Yellow Chartreuse Liqueurs
    Yellow Chartreuse Liqueurs

    70cl / 40.00% - A sweet spicy liqueur, Chartreuse is utterly unusual and utterly beguiling. It offers up a sweet aroma and flavour (milder than the Green variant).

  • Chartreuse Liqueur / Framboise
    Chartreuse Liqueur / Framboise

    A beautiful, fabulously concentrated framboise from those clever Carthusian monks who make Chartreuse. Add to Champagne for a Raspberry Kir Royale.

  • Yellow Chartreuse Liqueur Miniature (30ml)
    Yellow Chartreuse Liqueur Miniature (30ml)

    A famous French herbal liqueur that has been produced by Monks from a closely guarded formula containing extracts from 130 plants. Chartreuse yellow is sweeter and lighter than its green sister and should be enjoyed as a long drink over ice.

    £3.49
    justminiatures.co.uk
  • Chartreuse 1605 - Liqueur d'Elixir - 56
    Chartreuse 1605 - Liqueur d'Elixir - 56

    In 1605, François Hannibal d'Estrées gave the Carthusian monks a mysterious manuscript containing the recipe for an elixir for long life. The monks quickly set to work, modifying the recipe to give this special elixir a truly pleasant flavour. This Liqueur d'Elixir comemmorates the monks' original recipe, the ancestor of the world-famous green Chartreuse we know today, and has a strong and authentic flavour.

    £14.99
    bienmanger.com
  • Chartreuse Liqueur
    Chartreuse Liqueur

    There are no reviews for this product at the minute

    £2.99
    whisky-online.com
  • Chartreuse Green Liqueur
    Chartreuse Green Liqueur

    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.

  • Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur / Tarragona / Bot.1970s
    Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur / Tarragona / Bot.1970s

    Please note this bottle has a low fill level as shown in the photograph.

    £175.00
    The Whisky Exchange
  • Chartreuse Green Liqueur (Tarragona) / Bot.1970s
    Chartreuse Green Liqueur (Tarragona) / Bot.1970s

    A 1970s bottling of green Chartreuse, produced at the Tarragona distillery in Spain.

    £499.00
    The Whisky Exchange
  • Chartreuse Blackberry Des Peres Chartreux Liqueur
    Chartreuse Blackberry Des Peres Chartreux Liqueur

    A delicious liqueur produced with real wild blackberries from the Carthusian monks, more famous for their phenomenally green herbal liqueur.

  • Chartreuse Elixir Vegetal Liqueur
    Chartreuse Elixir Vegetal Liqueur

    I bought my supply of Elixir Vegetal from a store in Paris that specializes in products made at French monasteries. [You can also buy the Chartreuse candies there.] The alchemical provenance of the original formula is very intriguing as there is a branch of alchemy dealing with plant extracts known as Spagyrics (the term was coined by Paracelsus). Regular green Chartreuse liqueur or VEP is my favorite to sip neat from a brandy glass with a soda water chaser.

  • Chartreuse Elixir Vegetal Liqueur
    Chartreuse Elixir Vegetal Liqueur

    10cl / 69% - Chartreuse Elixir Vegetal is a strange but beautiful liqueur made to an original 'elixir of life' recipe revived by the Carthusian monks in the 18th century. Recommended on a sugar cube or slightly diluted with sugary water.

  • Chartreuse Green Liqueur / Bot.1950s
    Chartreuse Green Liqueur / Bot.1950s

    75cl / 55% - A late 1950s bottling of Green Chartreuse. Made to a secret recipe known to only a handful of silent order monks, this is a blend of 130 plants. This was produced at a time when production was being carried out in both Tarragona in Spain and Voiron in France.

    £1,350.00
    The Whisky Exchange
  • Chartreuse Green Liqueur / Tarragone / Bot.1940s
    Chartreuse Green Liqueur / Tarragone / Bot.1940s

    37.5cl / 55% - A 1940s half botte of Green Chartreuse. The secret recipe, involving the 130 plants used, maceration details and ageing process is known to just two silent order monks. During this decade, production was being carried out in both Tarragona in Spain and Voiron in France, the latter being the current distillery which had only just opened.

    £499.00
    The Whisky Exchange
  • Chartreuse Myrtille Des Peres Liqueur
    Chartreuse Myrtille Des Peres Liqueur

    50cl / 20% - Fresh myrtilles (also known as bilberries) are macerated in a pure spirit by the Carthusian monks to create this unusual but delicious liqueur.

  • Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur / Bot.1950s
    Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur / Bot.1950s

    75cl / 40% - A rare old bottle of world famous Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur, made by the silent order of monks. We estimate this bottle dates from the 1950s.

    £750.00
    The Whisky Exchange
  • Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur / Tarragona / Bot.1940s
    Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur / Tarragona / Bot.1940s

    A rare 1940s bottling of Yellow Chartreuse produced in Tarragona. In 1903, the Charteuse monks, members of the Carthusian order, were expelled from France and left their spiritual home at Fourvoirie for Spain. The silent order of monks have been producing their elixirs since 1737.

    £1,999.00
    The Whisky Exchange
  • Liqueur Chartreuse Jaune V.E.P. 1L( Herbal liqueur, France)
    Liqueur Chartreuse Jaune V.E.P. 1L( Herbal liqueur, France)

    £85.59
    whisky.uvinum.co.uk
  • Chartreuse Green Liqueur 24x 3cl Miniature Pack
    Chartreuse Green Liqueur 24x 3cl Miniature Pack

    Details Chartreuse Green Liqueur is produced using all natural ingredients in a recipe unchanged since the 17th century and has a strong and distinctive flavour created from a secret blend of 130 different herbs found in the French Alps which give Chartreuse Green its unique taste. Slowly aged in oak casks for five years, Chartreuse Green is an acquired taste yet has the versatility to be enjoyed alone, with ice, in a range of drinks, in desserts and with chocolate. Originally created in 1605 by...

  • Chartreuse 1605 Liqueur d'Elixir
    Chartreuse 1605 Liqueur d'Elixir

    70cl / 56% - In 1605 François Hannibal d'Estrées, presented the recipe for an 'Elixir of Life' to the Carthusian monks. Using over 130 different herbs & spices, the recipe was so complex that it took the monks well over a century to figure it out - production was not begun at the monastery until 1737. This special edition Chartreuse was created in 2005, 400 years later, and is a recreation of the original recipe bottled at the slightly lower strength of 56%.

  • Chartreuse Liqueur du 9ème Centenaire( Liquors & creams, France)
    Chartreuse Liqueur du 9ème Centenaire( Liquors & creams, France)

    £39.50
    whisky.uvinum.co.uk
  • Chartreuse Anisette - 1976 Liqueurs
    Chartreuse Anisette - 1976 Liqueurs

    75cl / 22.00% - Anisette made by Chartreuse in 1976 at the distillery in Tarragona, Spain. The monk at Chartreuse were expelled from their grounds in France in 1903 and moved to Spain to start again. This distillery lasted up until 1989, although distilleries that made the actual Chartreuse herbal liqueur did open in France again in the mid 1900s. A rare, anise-flavoured piece of history.The label looks to have been stuck on a bit wonky, and there also seems to have been another label placed atop...

    £180.00
    MasterOfMalt.com
  • Chartreuse - Chartreuse Yellow
    Chartreuse - Chartreuse Yellow

    For centuries Chartreuse has been made by Carthusian monks who have guarded the secrets of its recipe, which comprises 130 different herbs and plants. Milder and sweeter than the famous Green Chartreuse, Yellow Chartreuse was introduced to the world in 1838. The liqueur is still based on the original recipe, and still made by the Chartreuse monks near Grénoble.

  • Chartreuse - Green 70cl Bottle
    Chartreuse - Green 70cl Bottle

    Review : My grandfather was a wine merchant in the 30s and loved this historic liqueur passing the affiliation onto my father and grandson. The Christmas meal always finished with a glass or two of Chartreuse and/or Benedictine and the tradition continues. The taste is powerful, herbal, intensely sweet and a sensual feast. Chartreuse is a proper liqueur with a highly complex flavour that is highly addictive. Beware though, it's as strong as Polish vodka.

  • Chartreuse Babas - 340ml
    Chartreuse Babas - 340ml

    Delicious dough caps soaked in Charteuse, a herbal liqueur created in the Charteuse Mountains in the general region of Grenoble in France.

    £9.00
    gourmelli.co.uk
  • Chartreuse Green 50cl 55% vol
    Chartreuse Green 50cl 55% vol

    Description The history of Chartreuse Liqueurs really dates back to 1605 when Francois Hannibal d'Estrees, Marshal of King Henri IV's artillery gave the gift of an already ancient manuscript to the monks in Vauvert near Paris. The recipe for this elixir was incredibly complex, and not fully understood, so the manuscript was sent to the Mother House of the Order - La Grande Chartreuse - near Grenoble. After exhaustive study Frere Jerome Maubec in 1737 drew up the practical formula for 'the Elixir...

    £10.99
    ampleforth.org.uk
  • Les caves de la Chartreuse
    Les caves de la Chartreuse

    In 1605 Duke François-Annibal d'Estrées gave the Carthusian monks of Vauvert a mysterious old manuscript with a recipe for an elixir of life. And so the Chartreuse tradition was born: the monks have been making their legendary liqueurs ever since.

    £63.49
    bienmanger.com
  • Galliano Italian Liqueur Best served as a streak (with vodka) or a bullet (with gin) and straight from the freezer
    Galliano Italian Liqueur Best served as a streak (with vodka) or a bullet (with gin) and straight from the freezer

    Only two Chartreuse monks know the identity of the 130 plants, how to blend them and how to distill them into this world famous liqueur. They are also the only ones who know which plants they have to macerate to produce the natural green and yellow colours. And they alone supervise the slow ageing in oak casks. Should be consumed very cold, even on the rocks. Traditionally considered an after dinner drink.

    £19.99
    tauruswines.co.uk
  • Yellow Chartreuse 50cl 40
    Yellow Chartreuse 50cl 40

    Description Yellow Chartreuse was developed in 1838 as a sweeter form of the famous drink, 74 years after it's stronger big brother, the Green. This drink is based on an ancient manuscript given to the Chartreuse Monks in 1605. The sale of all Chartreuse liqueurs allow the Monks to dedicate their lives to prayer and meditation.

    £10.99
    ampleforth.org.uk
  • CHARTREUSE VERTE
    CHARTREUSE VERTE

    A unique liqueur made by monks in the alps mountains in FRANCE

    £38.99
    elixirwines.co.uk