5 Green Chartreuse Cocktails for the True Enthusiast

Blushing Monk cocktail garnished with mint sprig
Green Chartreuse is the kryptonite of many cocktail enthusiasts – it’s certainly mine. If you’re not familiar with Chartreuse, here is the crash course. It’s a French herbal liqueur that’s made by Carthusian monks based on a recipe they purportedly received in 1605. The two types that you’ll see most often are yellow (40% ABV) and green (55% ABV), but there are other iterations that include aged and higher ABV bottlings. Yellow is the more mild version, while green is the bolder. 

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Modified Industry Sour

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Fernet and Chartreuse are known for their bold flavors which some may find too intense, but personally I gravitate towards them. Many cocktail enthusiasts are aware of the Industry Sour devised by Ted Kilgore of Taste in St. Louis, which features both of these ingredients. I prefer to Read more

Swampwater

Swampwater
 
Recipe Type: Cocktail
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • 4 ounces pineapple juice
  • 1.5 ounces Green Chartreuse
  • .5 ounce lime juice
Instructions
  1. Combine all ingredients in a cocktail shaker with ice and shake until chilled.
  2. Strain into a glass filled with ice and garnish with pineapple crown leaves or a lime wheel.
 

The Cocktail to Make with Those Extra Thanksgiving Herbs

Seasonal Sour Cocktail with Rosemary Garnish

Herbal and bitter cocktails are a favorite of mine, but I don’t always have the necessary ingredients on hand. Fresh herbs aren’t as easy to keep a supply of for the home cocktail enthusiast. Luckily, the same herbs you’re going to be using to season your turkey are the same ones we want in this cocktail. Read more

Yum Woon Sen (Crispy Pork with Spicy Glass Noodles)

When asked what my favorite type of food is I used to say that I enjoyed Italian the most, but ate Mexican more frequently. Lately I’ve noticed that isn’t the case. I enjoy a lot of Asian food – specifically Thai. I am a fan of spicy food, but more than that I love the fresh Read more