Last Call

All About Chartreuse, and How to Make the Last Word Cocktail

These days, a sure sign of autumn's arrival (or at least what passes for it in these parts) is the reintroduction of pumpkin spice-flavored everything on store shelves.

I have a better idea. Let's break out the Chartreuse.

What is Chartreuse, you ask? For starters, it's a yellow-green color. It's also a very delicious French herbal liqueur. In case you were wondering, the color was named for the liqueur. Cool, huh? The spirit is made by monks up in the French Alps. It's said that they use over 130 various herbs and plants to make the liqueur.

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