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Chartreuse Diffusion (Herbal liqueur)

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  • Chartreuse Yellow

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    • 4 /5
    Introduced in 1838, Chartreuse Yellow Liqueur is produced using 130 all natural ingredients in a secret blend to produce a sweeter and milder version of the classic elixir with a smooth, herbal taste accented by hints of anise, liquorice and saffron.
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  • Chartreuse Jaune Liqueur

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    • 4 /5
    Sweeter than the famous Green Chartreuse, Yellow Chartreuse was introduced to the world in 1838. It is also presented in the traditional Chartreuse liqueur bottle with the seal of La Grande Chartreuse. Its color is completely natural with no artificial flavors or preservatives. Also, it can be...
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  • Chartreuse Jaune

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    • 4 /5
    Yellow Chartreuse (55% Vol. Alcohol) is produced in France by Carthusian monks since 1764 as a tradional recipe kept secret and known only by two monks. Over 130 plants and herbs, macerated in a grape alcohol and then distilled, form the recipe. ARTIFICIAL no additives or dye in its composition.
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  • Chartreuse Chartreuse Jaune

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    • 4 /5
    The Chartreuse Jaune (Yellow) is an old liquor produced in the cellars of the Chartreuse Grande Chartreuse in Voiron, France. To produce it are the Carthusian monks, two of which are the only ones who know the 130 plants to be mixed and put in maceration to get this liqueur known all over the...
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  • Chartreuse Jaune

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    • 4 /5
    Yellow Chartreuse is a French herbal liqueur made by the Carthusian origin, or Carthusian monks in French, both religious order like the herbal liqueur are named after the region where they are, near the massif of Charteuse. It's a softer version 40º vol. alcoholic. The formula is still a mystery...
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