, like its green counterpart, is quite remarkable, considering that it too is made from entirely natural ingredients. It combines the scent of woodland flowers with a pronounced honey flavour, achieving a delicate balance of sweetness and alcohol. Milder and sweeter than the famous Green Chartreuse
, Yellow Chartreuse was introduced to the world in 1838. It also is presented in the traditional Chartreuse liqueur bottle embossed with the seal of La Grande Chartreuse. Its colour is entirely natural with no artificial flavours or preservatives. It, too, can be enjoyed neat or in a long drink.