Chartreuse Liqueur du 9° Centenaire
3cl / 47%
The “Liqueur du 9° Centenaire” was created in 1984 to commemorate the 900th year of the Chartreuse Monks (The founding of the Grande Chartreuse Monastery in 1084). Its colour is also entirely natural and it is a little sweeter than the Green Chartreuse.€14,95
(ex. VAT € 12,36 )
70cl / 17%
Chartreuse Orange was introduced in the early 1970’s and available for less than 10 years. Chartreuse Orange is a combination of Chartreuse Verte and selected orange juice, bottled at 17% abv. Currently this is one of the rarest Chartreuses on the market.
3cl / 55%
Chartreuse Verte is the stronger, 55%, version Chartreuse which was introduced in 1764, 27 years after the monks first produced their Elixir Végétal. Chartreuse is actually the only liqueur which does improve after bottling which partly declares the high demand for older Chartreuse. In 1970 ‘Chartreuse Diffusion’ took over bottlin...
Chartreuse Verte (1973-1979)
35cl / 55%
Chartreuse Verte, bottled in Voiron between 1973 and 1985. This 35cl bottle is in mint condition and comes with it’s original box. As it has no barcode it’s safe to assume this was actually bottled before 1980.