Liqueur of the 9th Centenary

This special cuvée was first created in 1984 by the Carthusian Fathers to commemorate the 900th anniversary of the founding of the Carthusian Order in 1084 by Saint Bruno.
Alcohol, sugar, water, plant substances (130 plants)
Degrés d'alcool
47% vol.
Bottle presentation
3cl, 70cl, 300cl - The bottle is reminiscent of those used in the 19th century and has an identification number on its back label. Smoked glass, cork stopper, label referring to the illuminations.
Nutritional informations
Elaboration To create this blend liqueur, the Carthusians have selected liqueurs with different aging profiles. With great aromatic subtlety, it is characterized by a perfect balance between vegetal power and floral delicacy.
Tasting notes As a digestif, serve chilled between 12 and 13 ° or over ice to discover all the flavor and aromatic complexity.
Photo © Stéphane Couchet