One of them (the dog, not owner) was two-tone, with a Chartreuse mane and red ears.
A round of Chartreuse was being served, and in its yellow radiance all difficulties dissolved and all things became possible.
At last he condescended to serve the brothers two glasses of Chartreuse.
Then the silent gentry who brew our Chartreuse; what are they in retirement for?
Chartreuse is the unsolved enigma of French compounders of liqueurs.
He conjured it up in all its Chartreuse glory, then he animated it.
And last and chief, the mill in the valley of the Chartreuse.
In the catalog of the Chartreuse Fathers, Paris, there occurs in 1736 the following passage.
The Chartreuse, which is not in the forest, but merely some hundred feet from it.
We will pay the Chartreuse a visit in broad daylight after breakfast, which will not interfere in the least with your night-watch.
type of liqueur, 1866, from la Grande-Chartreuse, chief monastery of the Carthusian order, which was founded 11c. and named for the massif de la Chartreuse (Medieval Latin Carthusianus) mountain group in the French Alps, where its first monastery was built. The liqueur recipe dates from early 17c.; the original now marketed as Les Pères Chartreux. The color (1884) is so called from resemblance to the pale apple-green hue of the best type of the liqueur.