For Chartreuse fans looking to lighten up.
Yellow Genepy is an herb-based liqueur made from “lesser” wormwoods that grow in high elevations. The white and yellow flowers are harvested and dried with the stems on, and the commercially distilled Genepy is made from macerating the dried flowers in neutral spirits. The Savoy and Aosta Valley call for a wine base instead, which inspired the folks over at Forthave to craft this little gem.
- Forthave’s Yellow Genepi is an aperitif produced by Forthave spirits in conjunction with Liten Buffel winery.
- The distillery was founded by two friends: a painter Aaron Sing Fox and writer/producer Daniel de la Nuez.
- Aaron and Daniel only used plant-based ingredients in their spirits.
- Club soda.
- These recipes for Genepy cocktails from Punch.
- Alpine drinking.