Limoncello is a wonderful and popular Italian liquer. It has been produced for more than one hundred years, at least, and traces its origins to the coasts of Southern Italy. Made from fresh lemon zest (and traditionally only the lemons of the Amalfi Coast), it is incredibly refreshing as either an after-dinner digestivo or mixed in a tempting cocktail.
Today, it is easy to make limoncello at home if you have the time, or if not to purchase delicious limoncello ready-made from local suppliers or on-line retailers. It's also a popular souvenir to pick up while in Italy as limoncello is typically sold in colorful, decorative bottles. Here you can learn more about limoncello: how it is made, it's history, and also shop for beautiful limoncello-related products perfect for collectors and enthusiasts everywhere.