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Chartreuse is a liqueur made by Carthusian monks in the French Alps. It’s an Old-World liqueur that has remained true to its tradition and to this day, the distillation process is overseen by just two monks at the Chartreuse Monastery in Vauvert, France, and a distillery in Voiron. Chartreuse is made from a sugar beet distillate and a blend of 130 herbs and plants, and its signature color is natural. In this e-Guide, Melina Hammer delves into the history and beauty of Chartreuse and provides tips on its usage.