Tag Archives: France
If you’ve never tried Chartreuse before, you should…it’s good quality stuff. Still made by Carthusian monks using the method outlined in a secret manuscript given to them in 1605, it is essentially an herbal liqueur. The more readily available green version is sweet, pungent, and strong (55% alcohol). Served on ice, and sipped slowly, it […]
Delicious? Yes. Better than strawberries from Quebec? No. Worth 7 euros? Not really…
Fresh, sweet, and salty.