1⁄2 oz Suze
1⁄2 oz Herbal liqueur, Yellow Chartreuse (MOF* 45%)
1 1⁄2 oz Dry apricot brandy (Apricot eau de vie)

Stir in rock glass, serve.
Maybe a lemon peel if you are in the mood for.


I use Abricotine for the eau de vie.
Strong fresh apricot in taste.
Just bought today.
Very nice.


Chartreuse Mof is amongst the different upgraded versions of the liqueur.
Less proof but accordingly made by the usual monks and "top" french sommeliers.
MOF refers to meilleurs ouvriers de france.
Best worker/craftsmen of France...
A highly award amongst workers (hyper technic, skills, taste).
These craftsmen are awarded because they are able to masterpiece everything.

This chartreuse in consequence is not bad.
But not overly good as well.

It's not like Elixir, it's like classic Chartreuse, but very Intense and complex.

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