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Cuvée des Meilleurs Ouvriers de France - MOF - Les Pères Chartreux - Chartreuse

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Cuvee informations :
Color : Yellow
Cuvee's name : Cuvée des Meilleurs Ouvriers de France - MOF
Producer : Les Pères Chartreux
Appellation : Chartreuse
Capacity : 70 cl


A subtle and soft liqueur that is eaten very expenses.

The jewel of the best workers of France - Sommeliers

A yellow gold very bright reflections of Emerald, the new Charterhouse is in the ecrins. A true work of craftsmanship for the best craftsmen in France Sommeliers who to do this did not hesitate to knock on the door from the distillery of the Chartreux fathers.

The story began in 2007: the Sommeliers O.F. want to collaborate with the famous distillers for, in their own words, "a masterpiece." A unique piece.

The result is shining and will allow Chartreuse Diffusion to meet an expectation of today, singular, identity: meet around a product extremely typical, both titled and fluffy, a nervous liqueur, fresh, enough aromatic complex to ensure the power on the palate, without losing the race to which it belongs.

The Chartreuse yellow, once called the Queen of Liqueurs, is revealed in a new light... very surprising!

All these liquors based on the recipe of a grimoire of the 16th or 17th century have been developed by the Carthusian fathers; their marketing helps their community to survive and continue to pray in silence and solitude, according to the inspiration of Saint Bruno.


In 1605, the Marshal d ' Estrées back to the monks of the Chartreuse of Vauvert in Paris, a manuscript showing the formula of an Elixir of long life, which no one knows the origin.

At this time, in fact, only monks and apothecary have the knowledge to the work of plants.

16, the Cardinal de Richelieu thank with heat the Reverend Father of the Chartreuse of Paris; He had sent him a bezoar having relieved the "unfortunate illness". (bezoar: stone found in the digestive system of some animals, which were attributed medicinal properties).

Too complex, the Elixir recipe seems to have been only partially used for several decades in Paris.

In 1737, the monastery of the great-Chartreuse (near the city of Grenoble) decided to make a comprehensive study.

The apothecary of the large-Chartreuse, brother Jérôme Maubec, is responsible for this task. He manages to permanently fix the formula for the Elixir plant of the great Chartreuse.

His marketing is so very limited: it's brother Charles, who, on mules, will sell on the markets of Grenoble and Chambery.

Always manufactured according to the same indications, this "Elixir of long life" is known today under the name of "Elixir plant of la Grande - Chartreuse". He title 71 °.

The Chartreuse green, 54 ° so-called "Liquor of health", is developed in 1764. His success is immediate, but limited to the Dauphiné region.

The French Revolution of 1789 disperse the monks. In 1793, to be safe, we do run a copy of the precious manuscript that guard the only religious allowed to stay at the monastery, another father always keeping him on the original.

Arrested and sent to Bordeaux, he finds a way to get out of his cell to another monk document refuge near the monastery.

Cannot make use of the secret and thinking that the order of Carthusians would never recovered, he concedes a copy to a pharmacist in Grenoble, Mr LIOTARD.

In 18, the Emperor Napoleon I, deciding that the "secret remedies" must be submitted to the Minister of the Interior to be considered to be operated by the State, Mr LIOTARD sends the manuscript to the Department; the return with the word "Declined".

The death of Mr Liotard, documents back to the monastery of the great Charterhouse that the monks have returned in 1816.

In 1838, the formula is adapted to produce a softer and less alcoholic, the Chartreuse yellow liqueur, 40 °.

In 1903, the Carthusians were expelled from France. They carry their secret and established a distillery in TARRAGONA in Spain for the production of the liquor. Liquor that they will manufacture also in Marseille and the 1921 until 1929, under the name of "Tarragona".

During this same period, the french State sells their brand to a group of top who create the company owner of the Grande Chartreuse. The company, whose production has nothing to do with the real Chartreuse, ceased operations in 1929.

The monks then found the use of the term CHARTREUSE; they resume the distillation in France, in their old distillery of monks built in 1860, near the monastery of Grande Chartreuse.

These buildings are destroyed in 1935 by a landslide. Manufacturing is then transferred in VOIRON, where it is still carried out, after the selection of plants work inside of the monastery.

It's the CHARTREUSE broadcast company which, since 1970, is in charge of packaging, advertising and sale of products made by two Carthusian.

Invested in this mission by their order, they work in secrecy and are only to know the details of the production. Today as yesterday, the formula is a mystery that modern methods of investigation were able to break through.

Additional Information

Product reference 15190
Type of products Liquor
Vintage No
Country France
Region Chartreuse
Appellation Chartreuse
Cuvee's name Cuvée des Meilleurs Ouvriers de France - MOF
Title supplement No
Speciality No
Stock information No
Producer Les Pères Chartreux
Capacity 70 cl
Sweetness index No
Main style No
Alcohol Percent 45
Grape varieties No
Main grape variety No
Production limitée No
Box type 6
Box type Cardboard
Organic wines No
Color Yellow
Consumption recommendation No