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The sublime taste of great añejo tequila mellowed and delicately flavoured with maraschino, chartreuse and grapefruit bitters.
My favourite way to enjoy Chartreuse. Especially good when made with V.E.P Chartreuse.
Salmon pink in colour. Mezcal adds earthy smoky complexity to this bittersweet, citrusy fresh, aperitivo Last Word riff. And indeed, getting naked can
To quote our friends at Hawksmoor, where we discovered this delicious and indulgent cocktail, Our take on a drink that doesn't take itself too seriously
Made with an Old Tom gin with amplified botanicals and minimal sugar (some are way too sweet) produces a spiritous and, if you hit the right dilution,
A refreshing, minty, light cocktail with herbal complexity.
Yellow Chartreuse notes show through strongly in this short refreshing drink, with cognac providing the base flavour and lemon juice contributing freshening
This wonderful classic is slightly on the tart side of well-balanced.
Citrus enlivens this lightly herbal cachaça cocktail.
Almost creamy with vanilla, bittersweet rootiness and cognac.
Brandy-based, bittersweet and herbal. A good after-dinner digestif.
A hearty drink that's best suited to a winter's night – perhaps a night with little food as it's something of a meal in itself.
Yellow Chartreuse replaces triple sec in this riff on the classic Corpse Reviver Cocktail No.2.
Floral, minty and herbal with a dry finish.
Chartreuse adds subtle aromatics to this refreshing herbal Daiquiri/Daisy.
With a whole egg, a shot of tequila, Jägermeister and Chartreuse, this is both a Death Flip and perhaps your last meal, for a while at least. Challenging
This potent cocktail marries apple spirit with rye whiskey and rich herbal Chartreuse. An after-dinner/nightcap tipple.
An almond, mezcal and Chartreuse Margarita with a touch of fire breathing hot pepper sauce.
Cachaça leads with basil and Chartreuse herbal notes, zesty lime and agave richness.
This dry spirituous aperitif, Martini-like, cocktail combines malty genever and bitter celery flavours with Yellow Chartreuse richness dried by vermouth.
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