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Citrusy fresh and herbaceous, particularly caraway from the Kummel, with tequila providing the backbone.
Chartreuse devotees will love this balanced, tangy drink. I'm one.
Freshly pressed sugar cane syrup and the French elixir, Chartreuse, add complexity to the classic Daiquiri.
A riff on the classic Last Word cocktail substituting Irish whiskey for gin. Named after Frank Fogarty, a vaudeville performer known as The Dublin Minstrel.
My favourite way to enjoy Chartreuse. Especially good when made with V.E.P Chartreuse.
Chocolaty bourbon with a freshening herbal blast of Fernet Branca, smoothed by sipping through a Chartreuse cream head. Like meeting the devil hidden beneath
Named after the direct Spanish translation of Last Word, hence the use of mezcal in place of the gin in a classic Last Word cocktail. Pineapple juice,
Apple brandy with complex botanical influences from both gin and Chartreuse mellowed by botanically enriched fortified wine. If you like spirit-forward
Serious and packed with bold flavours. Fellow Chartreuse fans will approve.
A fabulous drink, especially when VEP Chartreuse, family reserve cognac and 20 year old tawny port are used as per the original Starlight Room recipe.
This bittersweet digestivo is one of those drinks that becomes easier and gets better as dilution, from the melting ice, opens and softens.
It is not uncommon to see this drink stipulated with equal parts gin, Chartreuse and sweet vermouth, as called for in Harry Johnson's Bartender's Manual.
Sweet 'n' sour, salt 'n' vinegar served with dry celery gin crunch – a cocktail to awaken your senses.
A great after-dinner drink for lovers of cognac and Chartreuse.
A swizzle for people like me - Chartreuse lovers. Best enjoyed on a hot summer's evening.
A mezcal-based Last Word. It works! End of argument.
Take one per day in the hope it will aid your health, wealth and happiness. Ok, its efficacious effect is most likely to benefit the latter at a cost to
Tsipouro combines harmoniously with pineapple juice supported by complex herbal notes from Chartreuse with a hint of orange.
As the name suggests this is simply a Last Word with a hint of ginger. Simple can be beautiful.
This powerful, straw yellow cocktail offers a myriad of flavours. Benefitting from the dilution of a long stir and/or the addition of a dash of water.
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