Did they serve Peaches in Chartreuse Jelly?
Oh, there are so many more than 5...and that's not counting the original 142 proof EV or special blends bottled for various bars and clubs...not to mention the way each year's release seems to taste slightly different (perhaps due to recipe variation, or changes to infused elements as they age in the bottle). Sometimes I think Chartreuse is a rabbit hole just as deep as rum or bourbon.
Nope, nothing quite so "titanic". As to the other variations I expect I will have to go to France, if not the monastery itself, to have a decent chance to try them.