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MIX IT UP!
Last Word: Gin, Lime, Luxardo Maraschino
Last Word Variations: Substitute the gin with your favorite spirit: Laphroaig, Rye, or Mezcal
Gypsy Eyes: Shake this up with some Gin, Aperol, Lime and Grapefruit
Bijou: If you love the Martinez, try this mix of Gin, Sweet Vermouth and Regans' Orange bitters
Chartreuse Swizzle: Lime and Pineapple juices complement the Chartreuse, with a touch of Velvet Felernum and lots of ice. Garnishes: Nutmeg and Mint.
Silver Monk: Blanco Tequila, Lime, Simple Syrup, Cucumber, Mint and a pinch of Salt. It’s insanely good.
Chartreuse is situated in a remote mountain monastery high in the French Alps, steeped in hundreds of years of tradition and history. This bitter liqueur was originally produced as an act of devotion by the Carthusian order of monks. The formula is complex, including over 130 different types of mountain flowers, herbs, roots, and other botanicals. The recipe is a secret, known only in part and only to three monks so that no single person is in possession of the entire recipe. Only they know the methods, which plants to macerate to produce the desired green and yellow colors, and they alone supervise the slow ageing in oak casks. Today, it has become a cult classic, finding its way into a wide array of innovative cocktails, and is fantastic ice cold by itself.