Limoncello Tall Drinks Bacio del Limone

Limocello Drink Recipes
Limoncello Della Campania’s artisan production, made by the Petrone family for over 100
years, on the Campania coast is 100% all natural, with no additives or preservatives, from
the tradional recipe of infusion of lemon peels. Enjoy well chilled before a meal, as an
apertif, or after dining, as a digestif. Below you will find numberous other ways to enjoy the
authentic flavor of our Limoncello.
Limoncello Tall Drinks
Fill a Collins glass with ice and add one ounce of chilled
limoncello. Top off with your choice of:
Unsweetened iced tea
Club soda or sparkling water
Cranberry juice
Tropical fruit punch
For a slightly fancier presentation, serve garnished with a
thinly sliced lemon wheel. Fresh berries also make a good
garnish with water, lemonade, or club soda.
Frosty Lemon Martini
3 oz. citrus vodka
1 oz. limoncello
1 tbsp. fresh lemon juice
Sugar and lemon wheel for garnish
Rim a chilled cocktail glass with sugar and set aside. Combine vodka, limoncello and lemon juice in a cocktail shaker
with ice, and shake briskly to chill. Strain into the prepared
glass, and garnish with a lemon wheel.
Cocktail tip: Most people are used to seeing glasses
rimmed in bars or restaurants. The bartender will swipe the
edge of the glass with a lime or lemon, and dip the glass
into salt or sugar. It’s quick and easy, but it also ends up
with the edging dropping into the cocktail. Instead of dipping, roll the edge of the glass so that the edging sticks only
to the outside.
The Paradiso
Part Screwdriver, part Martini, the Paradiso is cool and
1.5 oz. orange vodka
.5 oz. limoncello
.5 oz. Aperol or Campari
1 oz. fresh orange juice
Dried cranberries for garnish
Combine all ingredients except the dried cranberries in a
shaker with ice, and shake vigorously. Strain into a chilled
cocktail glass. Garnish with dried cranberries, either skewered on a cocktail spear or floated on the drink.
Bacio del Limone
Italian for "lemon kiss," this fluted drink is every bit as simple
as the tall drinks, but with an elegant presentation that makes it
4 oz. sparkling wine (chilled)
1 oz. limoncello (chilled)
Crushed ice
5-6 fresh blackberries, raspberries, or currants
Place a spoonful of crushed ice in a fluted glass and top with
the fresh berries. Combine the sparkling wine and limoncello in
a mixing glass and stir lightly just to mix, being careful not to
destroy the bubbles. Pour the mixture over the berries and ice.
Limoncello Sunrise
Inspired by the classic Tequila Sunrise, this limoncello drink
recipe is a nice change from a Bloody Mary or Mimosa for
brunch. Using a liqueur instead of spirits like tequila or vodka
keeps the alcohol content low.
1 oz. limoncello
3 oz. fresh orange juice
Splash of grenadine
Fill a tall glass with ice, and add limoncello and orange juice.
Stir to combine. Add a splash of grenadine but do not stir,
allowing it to settle to the bottom. Serve garnished with an
orange slice.
Lemon Highlander
1 oz. Scotch
.5 oz. Drambuie
.5 oz. limoncello
Build in a rocks glass over cracked ice. Stir, and serve garnish
with a twist of lemon.
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